Sotheby's, October 5th 2018

  • Published on:  10/6/2018


  • Funkdoctor 8 months ago

    Also, i am afraid that people will now pay even more for this piece of art, lol :D

  • NavyMapper 8 months ago

    Double? don't be silly. 10x that shit like Grant Cardone.

  • Alamda Ali 8 months ago

    @Reynaldo Campos FUCK YOU RACIST ASS MOTHERFUCKER 😠😠🖕🖕🖕🖕🖕🖕

  • spllitz 8 months ago

    Now try it with the Mona Lisa

  • Nutelluca 8 months ago


  • Glenn Sepulveda 8 months ago

    Don't tell me it's some kind of a prank!..coz it ain't funny..

  • David B 8 months ago

    0:49 That guy on the right side is having a great time.

  • Laura Singleton 8 months ago

    I think he is the one to press the button.

  • Alamda Ali 8 months ago


  • JDM Imports 8 months ago

    hope he wiped his fingerprints off it .. the law have been after him for years!

  • Toast 8 months ago

    JDM Imports They already know who he is. They just won't tell anybody for their own benefit.

  • great marketing ploy , and publicity stunt awesome work of art for the publicity point of view!

  • AJ Rushman  8 months ago

    wrong, they unknowingly bought a painting shredder, suckers lol

  • Ruth Clayborne 8 months ago

    🦒 *I МАS!ТÙRВАТЕ !Т0 V!IDЕ0S 0N !МY СH!АNNЕL! L00K!!* 🦒🦒

  • SUB TO PEWDIEPIE 8 months ago

    Look at about 0:39 you can see the auctioneer looks like after slamming the hammer he presses a button

  • Beanie Draws 8 months ago

    Yeah, that's definitely a press, not just writing. I bet he was instructed to press a button and just hoped it wasn't noticed. Possibly just turning off a mic, but I bet he was instructed to press as soon as it was sold.

  • Mark Travis 8 months ago

    Good eye

  • anthony booth 8 months ago

    I want to see the actual video uninterrupted/unedited pure reactions from the crowd. Regardless if Banksy orchestrated this with Sotheby's years ago or not, it still happened.

  • Whofan06 8 months ago

    I'm surprised so many people are commenting "oh its orchestrated its fake" like yeah sure the auction house was most likely in on the stunt but I highly doubt they were the ones intended to be shocked, they get the money either way, hell they might get even more money for it now. Its the people trying to buy it they wanted to surprise, since you know, they were willing to pay a ridiculous amount of money for a painting and actually wanted it.

  • emilio robles 8 months ago

    Lol, this was recently plotted, not “years ago” banksy is now on the trend of fake pranks

  • James Taylor 8 months ago

    ... but my question is... why is Spongebob on the TV at the top... 0:19

  • The Cat Lord 8 months ago

    Random Duck sorry didn’t realize one of the people here said it before me

  • Random Duck 8 months ago


  • moldypizza 8 months ago

    White haired guy at 0:49: "Well played, Banksy..."

  • Davide Graffieti 8 months ago

    He kinda looks like Creed Bratton. Ehe ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

  • Fescron_ 8 months ago

    So you're telling me you added a battery and receiving circuit in there that kept listening for a signal for years, only to shred it now after it heard the right signal? And nobody ever noticed that being in there? Hmm...

  • Eric Parent 6 months ago

    @DXTb0nEXD They're talking about the battery for the receiver. Take your time to read through the post before jumping the gun next time. Cheers.

  • rjc862003 6 months ago

    @Fescron_ depends on the radio if its Bluetooth low energy that could operate for 10 years with that massive lipo cell you can see at 9 Seconds; bluetooth Low Energy is designed to enable devices with low power consumption. Several chipmakers including Cambridge Silicon Radio, Dialog Semiconductor, Nordic Semiconductor, STMicroelectronics, Cypress Semiconductor, Silicon Labs and Texas Instruments have introduced their Bluetooth Low Energy optimized chipsets over the last few years. Devices with peri...