10/03/2013 12:17 pm ET Updated Oct 03, 2013

Follow Along As Banksy Takes Over New York City

Banksy is taking over the streets of New York this month, hosting an open-air exhibition titled "Better Out Than In." The cheeky street artist is sporadically tagging mysterious spots around the city, posting images of the murals on a newly created Instagram account while prompting his fans to hunt down the actual whereabouts of the artworks.

To help you on your Bansky scavenger hunt this October, we're keeping track of the graffiti icon's activities here . Look out for new tags and their exact locations so you can attempt to keep up with the elusive artist.

10/31/2013 10:58 AM EDT

Borden Avenue And 35th Street

#34, Mural: Queens

"Thanks for your patience. It's been fun. Save 5pointz. Bye."

10/30/2013 6:39 PM EDT

Yankee Stadium

#33, Mural: The Bronx

10/29/2013 5:28 PM EDT

Housing Works On 23rd Street

#32, Painting: Banksy painted a Nazi soldier onto a preexisting landscape painting and dropped it off at Housing Works, a Manhattan thrift store.

10/28/2013 12:49 PM EDT

Stillwill And Neptune

#31, Mural: Coney Island

10/28/2013 12:48 PM EDT

Noble And West Streets

#30, Mural: Greenpoint (It was a response to Banksy's rejected NYT article... but it's been covered)

10/28/2013 12:40 PM EDT

131 47th Street

#29, Truck Mural: Sunset Park

10/28/2013 12:39 PM EDT

Houston And Bowery

#28, Installation: Manhattan (It's a grim reaper)

10/24/2013 10:33 AM EDT

Hustler Club At 641 West 51st Street

#27, Mural: Hell's Kitchen, Manhattan

10/23/2013 11:38 AM EDT

No Banksy Today?

#26, Message

More info here.

10/22/2013 12:23 PM EDT

127th Street And 35th Avenue

#25, Mural: Willets Point, Queens

"Everything but the kitchen Sphinx. A 1/36 scale replica of the great Sphinx of Giza made from smashed cinderblocks.You’re advised not to drink the replica Arab spring water."