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While guerrilla artist Banksy was busy decorating a painting from a New York City thrift shop with a small Nazi, 105 of his stencils on canvas went up for auction on flash-sale site HauteLook. One user can buy up to six of the 105 stencils.
The "street art" starts at just $65 (down from $160) and triptychs are a little pricier at $239 (were $555). But that's a small price to pay for three times the message. Or something. (HauteLook doesn't offer where they determined the full retail prices.) Other shops on on the site today include "Donna Saylers' Fabulous Furs" and "Pur Cashmere Throws."
· Banksy: The Elusive Street Artist [HauteLook]
· Hautelook Will Hold a Banksy Flash Sale This Afternoon [Racked]
· Banksy 'Vandalizes' Painting From Housing Works, Re-donates It [Racked]