Each day in October brings with it the promise that Banksy will leave his mark on some new part of New York. Today is Day 29 in his Better Out Than In street art installment series and finds Banksy re-working art and infiltrating thrift stores. His ‘The banality of the banality of evil ‘ oil painting is a landscape piece that he’s upcycled by adding a Nazi sitting on a bench staring at the mountains and lake. He even added his signature beneath the original artist’s. If you can get down to 23rd Street you might be able to get your hands on it before it’s snatched up. Check it out below and over at BanksyNY. This might be the place:
157 East 23rd St.
New York, NY 10010