British graffiti artist Banksy occasionally makes hops across the pond, and such is the case with his most recent piece of work. This mural is located on 14th Street in the Bowery, and is one of the first of his pieces to by seen in the City in some time. Located on the side of an abandoned bank building, the mural depicts a rat running around the face of a clock, which some believe to be a metaphor for capitalism.
- British graffiti artist Banksy hadn’t made a hop across the pond in a while, but that changed very recently.
- The artist’s latest work was revealed a short time ago on social media, and is located on 14th in the Bowery.
- The piece depicts a rat on a clock face, and is on the side of an old bank building which is scheduled to be knocked down.
“Banksy first notified the public of his latest artwork on his Instagram account yesterday. Banksy’s latest creation adorns a large single-story commercial building located at 101 West 14th Street, which is slated for demolition.”