Back in 2013, elusive artist Banksy invaded New York City with a month-long residency, in which he displayed and even sold some of his art projects utilizing various mediums that were located around the city.

Five years later, the anonymous England-based artist returns to the Big Apple in unexpected fashion, as his latest work depicts a rat running on the interior circumference of a clock, to portray an exercise wheel, which is located above a former bank building on 14th Street and 6th Ave.

Banksy notified the public of his latest artwork via his official Instagram account yesterday, as the large single-story commercial building is slated for demolition soon.

If you're near or visiting the area, you can spot the art piece at 101 West 14th Street.

In more art news, read what four female artists had to say on fighting censorship and reclaiming nudes.

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