Monday, October 21, 2013

Banksy Continues to Captivate Street Art Fans with "Hammer Boy" on Manhattan's Upper West Side

Banksy, the mysterious British street artist painted the silhouette of a young boy swinging a sledge hammer yesterday, on day 20 of his month-long residency in New York City. The silhouette is strategically placed next to a red standpipe, creating an illusion that the boy is going to smash it. Banksy's work continues to captivate a loyal segment of the young, fun, art-loving New Yorkers who are eager to find where his next work will pop up. "Hammer boy" art is located on the wall of a DSW store at 79th Street between Amsterdam and Broadway. Many fans posed for photos next to the artwork.

1 comment: said...

I like the one with the little boy standing next to the Banksy image.