Enterprising Brooklyn men CHARGING people to see the new NYC Banksy street art by hiding it behind cardboard.
Some men in the tough Brooklyn neighborhood of East New York decided to charge admission when a Banksy piece showed up on their block.
It was the October 10 addition to the British artist's month-long street art residency he's dubbed Better Out Than In.
On the Internet people only look at pictures of kittens.
British street artist Banksy has posted pictures and video of works made during a trip to the war-torn Gaza Strip.
One shows a figure reminiscent of Rodin’s “The Thinker” — though, set in a still-standing doorway surrounded by nothing but rubble, the figure seems more distraught than contemplative.
Sirens of the Lambs
A slaughterhouse delivery truck touring the meatpacking district and then citywide for the next two weeks.