Thursday, October 16, 2008

Bansky NYC fieldtrip

from the NY Times:
Melena Ryzik writes:

On Wednesday a piece by Banksy, a pseudonymous, secretive British artist, was unveiled at 89 Seventh Avenue South (near Bleecker Street) in Greenwich Village. The installation was a mock pet supply shop, filled with animatronic creatures like a rhesus monkey and would-be creatures like fish sticks swimming in a tank. The Village Pet Store and Charcoal Grill, as the green awning reads, will be open to the public daily through Oct. 31.

also, somewhere in soho (photo by marie)
and there's another one on the corner of Grand and Wooster. lets do a tour!

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