Many weeks ago, I posted a photo taken from INSIDE a new North Fork bank branch in the East Village decorated with "graffiti" underneath the teller windows. This morning, I plucked from the Curbed photo pool this piece of work from OUTSIDE a North Fork bank branch. Quick reader poll: Which is the more original/authentic piece of "art," 1. corporate graffiti inside the bank, or 2. street graffiti decrying "yuppie scum"?!
Update: I was informed that the pic I pulled from the Curbed photo pool is not of a North Fork Bank branch, just an advertisement for one. But the question still stands.