British graffiti artist Banksy has unveiled his latest artwork as New York police continue to track him down for "defacing" public property.
The artist sold work worth £20,000 for £38 from a stall in Central Park in the latest stunt in his month long 'live exhibition' in the city.
A new mural has appeared on the London street where a piece of the graffiti artists' previous work was ripped down.
A picture, modified by Bristol graffiti artist, Banksy, has raised around £400,000 for charity.
He'd bought the oil painting from a New York charity shop and added a Nazi officer to it.
Banksy then returned it to the store who put it up for auction to raise funds. Phil Walker is from Bristol Museum & Art Gallery...
Police in New York are still trying to find Bristol graffiti artist Bansky for defacing public property. He's just unveiled his latest art work in The City and hundreds of admirers have been queueing to see it.
At least 18 murals have appeared so far. The mayor has said his acts shouldn't be tolerated but the pictures still keep appearing and Bansky's nowhere to be found!
Elusive graffiti artist Banksy has revealed his latest installation in the form of a video, as he continues to evade New York authorities. The 30 second clip shows ants on a mound, filmed in Staten Island, but could be seen as too inappropriate to display.
The mysterious Banksy is calling his month in New York his "Better Out Than In" residency.
Among his works so far: the image of a Ronald McDonald statue getting his red clown shoe shined, which appeared in the Bronx on Tuesday, and a livestock truck adorned with children's stuffed farm animal toys - a mobile installation Banksy calls "Sirens of the Lambs."
ITV News West Country viewer Michael Meaney from Bristol has sent us this photograph of artwork by someone going under the name of 'JPS' at the rear of Vanda Flowers in Milton:
Graffiti artwork by Bristol artist Banksy which was taken from a street in London is auctioned off on an American website. There remains confusion about how much it has gone for and who has actually bought it. There are rumours of it fetching as much as one million dollars.
A mural by the world-famous Bristol artist Banksy which disappeared from the side of a London shop is up for auction in the city today. 'Slave Labour' originally appeared at an auction in Miami until it was withdrawn at the last minute, is now going under the hammer in Covent Garden.
Its sellers, the Sincura Group, refuse to say who the current owner is but insist that the work is being sold legally. The local MP, Lynne Featherstone (Lib Dem, Hornsey and Wood Green), says the owners should return it to the community.
A mural which could be a new creation by the grafitti artist Banksy has appeared above a shop in Bristol. And the mystery man has been caught on camera finishing off his work. Nigel Turner examines the evidence and asks an expert if the work really is by the world-famous street artist.