When Banksy appeared, then disappeared, in Toronto overnight on a weekend in May, he (she? they?) left seven street art pieces behind, all of them immediately at the city’s mercy. Some lasted hours before being buried behind new coats of paint, others lasted months, and some disappeared altogether from where they were. Nearly half a year after they turned up in town just in time for a little film, this is what Banksy’s pieces look like today.
Photos by Nick Kozak/Torontoist.
Don’t miss Torontoist’s collection of where Banksy’s Toronto pieces are hidden, or Nick Mount’s essay, “Searching for Banksy.”