Stalking Banksy in NYC: Hammer Boy

Banksy Hammer Boy

Banksy: Hammer Boy, New York City

 

After witnessing two of Banksy’s pieces of work (Reaper and Sirens of the Lambs), I was very interested in seeing more of Banksy’s work; particularly the kind of artwork that he is most famous for: silhouettes.

I ventured to 79th Street on the Upper West Side of Manhattan to the site of Banksy’s famous ‘Hammer Boy’. I was happy to find out that the owner of Zabars (the grocery store that owns the building), has installed a camera and plexiglass around Hammer Boy to make sure that the piece would not get vandalized.

While I was observing the piece, I noticed that a number of people were stopping to take pictures of the artwork that Banksy created, so I decided to interview a couple of them to see what they thought about Hammer Boy. I received great reactions of people who loved the piece, and I also received some insightful comments about what people thought Hammer Boy represented.

 

Hammer Boy Video Interviews:

Have you ever seen any of Banksy’s work? What did you think about it?
By | 2017-07-30T01:10:12+00:00 October 30th, 2013|New York City, Street Art|0 Comments
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