Banksy

Banksy Credit: Artist Banksy left his mark in Brooklyn as part of his month-long project. (Getty)

What is Banksy up to in Brooklyn?


The mysterious British graffiti artist updated the website of his month-long NYC project “Better Out Than In” Monday with a heart-shaped ballon drawing on a wall in Brooklyn.
The site also contains an audio file with various messages, including a part where the speaker’s voice is sped up to emulate Mickey Mouse, and a piano tune.

“It’s an uplifting, visual poem to that most fragile of human emotions that seems to move us through a soft breeze,” the message said of the balloon.

The update was first reported by the Animal New York blog, which is tracking the project.
The show has created some serious buzz among the artist’s NYC fans.

Earlier this week, Banksy released a video that spliced footage of Syrian repels firing rockets into the Disney character Dumbo.

He also created a mobile garden, complete with a rainbow, butterflies and a waterfall inside a graffiti filled truck, that will be roving around the city and left several tags throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn.
 

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