Known for his satirical style and political remarks, Banksy never misses an opportunity to make a statement. Murals of this iconic graffiti artist have been popping up all around New York City for a while now, and 2018 is no exception.

His latest piece rests on an abandoned gas station, located in Midwood, Brooklyn. It portrays a man who appears to be a real estate developer, stock-lashing and driving away a group of people. Capitalism aside, Banksy continues to comment on political issues as well. Another popular mural he produced in 2018 addresses the imprisonment of Zehra Doğan. She was sentenced by a court in Turkey to two years and nine months in prison for painting an image of the destroyed Kurdish-majority city of Nusaybin, obliterated by the Turkish government forces.

Scroll down to check out the latest from Banksy and let us know in the comments if you think he’s still on point!

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Gas station in Midwood, Coney Island Avenue, Brooklyn

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Image credits: Benjamin Sutton

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A seal balancing a balloon on its nose, gas station in Midwood, Coney Island Avenue, Brooklyn

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Image credits: Benjamin Sutton

Image credits: Benjamin Sutton

Mural Protesting the imprisonment of Turkish artist Zehra Dogan, Bowery Houston Wall in Manhattan

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This is the painting of Zehra Dogan, for which she was sentenced to nearly three years in jail

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The painting was projected above the mural

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Rat at 14th Street and Sixth Avenue

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Raise the drawbridge, Hull

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