Banksy Creates A Moving Waterfall In The Back Of An Abandoned Truck [Pics]

Banksy Creates A Moving Waterfall In The Back Of An Abandoned Truck [Pics]
Arts & Culture

The artist’s latest installment puts a jungle in the back of a truck touring Manhattan.

Ryan Gerhardt
  • 8 october 2013

As covered earlier this month by PSFK, the street artist Banksy has invaded New York City for the month of October to create and share new art in the city streets as part of his “Better Out Than In” series. He continued his monthlong residency this past weekend with an installment dubbed “Mobile Waterfall.”

Similar in scope to one of his previous New York City installations, “Village Pet Store and Charcoal Grill,” his latest experiential work is a detailed, 3-D jungle constructed in the back of a moving truck. Complete with a working waterfall and a miniature bridge, “Mobile Waterfall” is a full sensory experience crammed into an open box truck.



Unlike much of his work that is viewable only until removed by city officials or otherwise marred by rival artists and taggers, this latest piece will be touring New York for the rest of the month – giving viewers a glimpse at some of his more intricate work. And, even though it is always on the move, you can follow Banksy on Instagram to find out where “Mobile Waterfall” will be tonight (and see his other work in New York City).


Images via StreetArtNews, Banksy, Bob Cooley, Stefanie Giglio

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