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British Graffiti artist Bansky's mark left in New Orleans post-Katrina

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Mural created by the British Graffiti artist Bansky, on a building destroyed by Hurricane Katriana near New Orleans downtown is one of the few remaining works by Banksy in the city. Banksy, international renowned graffiti artist covered many New Orleans walls in 2007 before the second anniversary of the storm.
Five years after Hurricane Katrina, the areas hardest hit still are in a state of ruin despite promises by politicians to rebuild New Orleans to be better then it was before.
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Mural created by  the British Graffiti artist Bansky, on a building destroyed by Hurricane Katriana near New Orleans downtown is one of the few remaining works by Banksy in the city. Banksy, international renowned graffiti artist covered many New Orleans walls in 2007 before the second anniversary of the storm. <br />
Five years after Hurricane Katrina, the areas hardest hit still are in a state of ruin  despite promises by politicians to rebuild New Orleans to be better then it was before.