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Banksy Draws 9/11 Tribute On TriBeca Building

British Street Artist's Month-Long NYC Residency Continues

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Renowned British street artist, Banksy, has posted his latest piece from his month-long residency in New York City.

The work is a 9/11 tribute featuring the Twin Towers.

The charcoal drawing at sidewalk level is the size of a suitcase and has an orange daisy approximately where the plane struck, 1010 WINS’ Al Jones reported.

Banksy's Latest Work Is 9/11 Tribute In TriBeca

Just minutes after Banksy posted his new piece Tuesday, crowds quickly gathered to admire the drawing on a building on Staple Street at Jay Street in TriBeca.

Crowds gather at a TriBeca building to admire the latest piece from Banksy (credit: Al Jones/1010 WINS)

Crowds gather at a TriBeca building to admire the latest piece from Banksy (credit: Al Jones/1010 WINS)

During his residency, titled “Better Out Than In,” Banksy is unveiling a new piece in New York each day, but it’s up to his fans to find the art.

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“It’s exciting, it’s an event,” one fan told Jones.

“It’s a rush,” another fan said. “It’s a game, a scavenger hunt.”

Banksy posts photos of his latest works each day on both his website and Instagram; fans have also been putting images on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

On Saturday, Banksy set up a stall in Central Park with original signed works that he was selling for only $60 apiece.

His works typically sell for thousands of dollars.

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