Oct. 08 - Acclaimed artist Banksy uses New York City as his canvas. Bob Mezan reports.
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No one knows what he looks like, but his art is instantly recognizable. The world-renowned British artist Banksy has set up shop in New York City.
The artist has begun a month-long project across New York City. Called "Better Out Than In," the project has Banksy attempting to create a new work of art each day in October.
On October 1, Banksy unveiled a painting of two boys with one pointing to a sign that reads "Graffiti Is A Crime."
The exact location of the pieces are not revealed, but via social media, word spreads fast about where to find them.
Banksy has become a coveted contemporary painter in the art world, known for his trademark spray-paint stencils that offer social commentary. He's also become a hotly sought after artist among collectors, with a recent work of his selling at auction for more than 1 million dollars.
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