At the beginning of October, Banksy began a monthlong "residency" in New York, putting tags and ephemeral paintings around the city. A month after the end of the project, some of his pieces are painted over, others have been tagged by other graffiti artists, and several have ended up in the hands of private building owners, who plan to exhibit or sell them. The New York Post has rounded up the fates of Banksy's works — including the one that's being held in a police evidence room in Queens.