Banksy’s art project was painted in his home city of London, where he lives, and has been widely criticised as a provocation to get the world to stop worrying about the spread or spread of Zika.

But the art project has received support and support from the community in the Netherlands, where it has been seen as a way of drawing attention to the Zika crisis.

It was painted over by the artist Banksys own family, with the words: “Hear me out.

The world is going crazy.”

The message is in Dutch and is part of the art piece’s message.

“This is the only country where the public is being informed about the virus. “

I was hoping to use the mural to draw attention to this, as this is a huge public health concern. “

This is the only country where the public is being informed about the virus.

The mural, painted in the Dutch capital, Amsterdam, depicts a man and woman in a blue suit and a white shirt, wearing a pink ribbon and a headband, holding hands. “

I painted it in my own house to illustrate the absurdity of our current approach to Zika.”

The mural, painted in the Dutch capital, Amsterdam, depicts a man and woman in a blue suit and a white shirt, wearing a pink ribbon and a headband, holding hands.

They are seen looking out at the sea.

The painting was also covered by a mural of a woman in an orange shirt and a pink scarf, with a woman with a black nose and lips, holding a baby, holding her hands to her chest, and smiling.

The mural was part of an ongoing campaign to raise awareness about the Zika outbreak in the country.

The artist has described his project as “a statement of resistance” in an interview with Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf.

He said: In Amsterdam, I have the right to use whatever kind of art I want.

I am not afraid of anyone.

I have no intention of harming anybody.

I’m very proud of the project.

He has also been criticised for using his art as a tool to spread the message of the virus to people in the world, such as those affected by the recent coronavirus pandemic.

The Netherlands, like many other countries, has not declared the outbreak of the new Zika virus, and the outbreak has so far only affected a small number of people in a few cities in the region.

Banksy also criticised the Netherlands for not releasing any data about the prevalence of Zika among the people living there.

He explained that people are being told that the virus is rare, which is completely untrue.

Banksys art installation has been described as “political protest” and “totally inappropriate”.

In response to Banksy, the Dutch government issued a statement calling for a moratorium on the installation, saying: We are very proud that the mural has drawn so much attention to Zika.

“The art installation was created with a specific objective, to bring attention to a public health crisis which is not the reason to be concerned about Zika.

We call on the public to act on this urgent problem and to avoid becoming complacent.”

Dutch media have also taken to calling the mural Banksy and called for its removal.

A tweet from the Twitter account of Dutch public broadcaster NOS said: Banksy has created an extraordinary art installation which is a political protest to stop Zika.

It is offensive to many people.

They should not use it for political gain.

— NOS (@NOS) March 17, 2020 The Dutch government has also said it will seek a court order to take the mural down.

The statement read: This installation is unacceptable for public displays.

We have to decide whether to take it down or not.

The installation does not represent the views of the Dutch public or any other authority.

It does not express the Dutch way of life or the Netherlands’ position on the Zika epidemic.

It has no place in our society.

Banksyd, the artist behind the installation and the mural, told De Teegraaf that he did not intend to offend anyone.

“My message is that we are not going to let it get to that stage.

The whole project is about taking the public’s attention to what is really happening.

I hope that we will achieve our objective and make this a public statement of defiance.”