Today, Banksy ... One WTC, calling the nearly completed building "104 floors of compromise." The controversial street artist whose month-long "residency" on the streets of New York is coming to an end, wrote: "It would be easy to view …
That is, until yesterday. Banksy’s masterpiece for Sunday, October 27 was supposed to be an op-ed piece in the New York Times that expressed his honest opinions on the design of 1 World Trade Center. As it turns out, Banksy
Banksy called One World Trade Center an “eyesore,” and wrote that its design amounted to a proclamation that “the terrorists won.” “We couldn’t agree on either the piece or the art, so we did reject it,” New York Times spokeswoman …
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British graffiti artist Banksy says in an essay that the design of the New York's new World Trade Center building has failed and should ... He ends by saying: "You currently have under construction a one thousand foot tall sign that reads …
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In it, he criticizes the new One World Trade Center tower as “something they would build in Canada.” (Hey Banksy, every city’s got something people call an eyesore.) He goes on to say that the building fails to represent New York. …
The Banksy piece in Greenpoint surprisingly survived the hand ... Maybe she didn't like the criticism the artist offered about One World Trade Center? We'll update when we know more... Our tipster believes someone was sent by the owners …
He did a stencil of the Twin Towers in Tribeca, and in Greenpoint he did a parody of a rejected New York Times op-ed column complaining about the design of One World Trade Center. Saiers' original letter to Banksy reads:
According to his website, Banksy's 27th piece for his New York residency was supposed to be an op-ed for the New …
Banksy’s web site features a picture of the wall with ... Which was this…” What follows is a scathing One World Trade Center critique — written in the Times’ distinctive font — that mocks the tower as a “disaster,” a confidence-lacking ...