The St. Mark's Square, in Venice, he was preparing for a well-known exhibition of artists, when, suddenly, a post that was not planned made all the alarms jump. It captures the attention of who passes by and everyone stops to look at it. A painting from which hours later all the rumors were confirmed: it belonged to Banksy.

It was he who confirmed it in his social networks. Although who was there was his work and not him, he tried to disguise it by bringing his double, a man who stayed with the most recent painting of the British artist hidden under a hat and a few pages of newspaper.

The artist wanted to make a criticism of mass tourism and the thousands of cruises that every year stain the idyllic image of Venice and its canals. A protest work that did not have a license, so I had to dismantle it, pick it up and take it back home, on a cruise.