New creations from Bristol’s legendary street artist Banksy have made their way to New York City. Banksy will be holding a monthlong project, “Better Out Than In,” which attempts to host an entire show on the streets of New York. His first piece was revealed in Chinatown on October 1. The painting features two young boys reaching toward a sign that reads “graffiti is a crime.”¬†Each work is accompanied with a museum-style audio guide: a toll-free phone number will be stenciled beside it, allowing anyone to call. For those who can’t track down his work on foot, Banksy’s website¬†provides photos of his latest pieces and recordings.



October 31: Queens
October 30: Yankee Stadium
October 29: 23rd Street

October 28: Coney Island
October 27: Greenpoint
October 26: Sunset Park
October 25: Bowery
October 24: Hell’s Kitchen
October 23
October 22: Queens
October 21: South Bronx
October 20: Upper West Side
October 18: West 24th street
October 17: Bed Stuy
October 16: All-City McDonalds
October 15: Tribeca
October 14: Queens
October 13: Central Park
October 12: Manhattan
October 11: Meatpacking District
October 10: East New York
October 9: Lower East Side
October 8: Greenpoint
October 7: Red Hook, Brooklyn
October 5: All City
October 4: Delancey, Bushwick, Williamsburg
October 3: 24th and 6th Ave, Chelsea
October 2: Manhattan
October 1: Westside