Banksy Paints Horses on a Car For His Latest New York Residency Mural in the Lower East Side

Banksy Paints Horses on a Car For His Latest New York Residency Mural in the Lower East SideImage via banksyny on Instagram

Banksy's ninth day in New York brings a new mural on the Lower East Side, only a day after he painted a door in Greenpoint, which was removed four hours later. His New York residency, "Better Out Than In," continues with this piece of horses wearing goggles at 159 Ludlow Street. The mural bleeds onto the car with targets and men holding weapons.

Just this morning, the Village Voice shared an interview with Banksy, where he discusses the project, "selling out," and living in New York. As with all of the works he's done so far, altering, stealing, and damaging the pieces is expected. We'll see how long this piece lasts and whether or not the "Mobile Waterfall" will show up somewhere tonight.

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