@SignOfBanksy Twitter Put the Stolen "Graffiti Is a Crime" Sign Next to Banksy's Work
Remember, back at the beginning of the month, when Banksy's first piece inBetter Out Than In
surfaced, only to be defaced later that afternoon? Precisely speaking, the "Graffiti Is a Crime" sign was pilferedoff the stencil
not six hours after the stencil was discovered? Yeah. The guy/lady/possible villain who has it has beenposting photos of it
his/her Twitter and Instagram feeds
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@SignOfBanksy has been updating a Twitter and an Instagram with photos of the sign in various locations around the city, sometimes beside other Banksy works, sometimes not. We've collected some of this dastardly genius's best photos. Presented without comment, here's how the Sign of Banksy has kept busy since the beginning of the month.
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The Sign of Banksy winds up by the New York Times building and makes a stop at the doomed 5 Pointz.
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