Thursday, October 17, 2013

Banksy's Japanese-Themed Street Art in Williamsburg, Brooklyn on Day 17 of "Better Out Than In"

Street art aficionados flocked to Williamsburg, Brooklyn today to see the British-born artist, Bansky's latest stencil. The piece shows two silhouetted Geisha girls meeting at a "bridge" which is actually a curved section of the building's façade at Cook Street near Graham Avenue. A small bonsai tree sprouts at one end of the "bridge". Today marks Day 17 of Banksy's "residency" on the streets of New York, which he's dubbed "Better Out Than In." Banksy has set up a residence on the streets of New York for the month of October, unveiling one piece of art a day, which fans can follow on a website.

1 comment: said...

he could be in the crowd, watching, & no one would know!