The artwork for Banksy’s iconic Animal Crossing series has gone through many iterations, but there’s no denying the iconic artwork is unique and captivating.

Now, we’ve seen the artwork used for a number of games, but with his latest release, Banksy has taken it one step further.

According to the artist himself, the artwork for his newest title, Animal Crossing: Art Academy, has been used in games, movies, and even TV series.

The art was commissioned by Ubisoft, and has since been used for games such as The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and the upcoming Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

It also appeared in several TV shows, including Game of Thrones, Star Trek, and, of course, the Animal Crossing games.

The artwork was made by the Dutch artist Antti Buitrago.

“I am very happy to be the creator of this work,” Buitlago said in a statement.

“We started out working on the artwork as a very short concept, and we eventually realized that the work had a potential to have a big impact on a game and on our community.

The world will be forever changed by this work. “

With this piece, we have shown the world what kind of art we can produce.

The world will be forever changed by this work.

I hope that everyone will enjoy this masterpiece and remember the work by the artist who made it.”

We reached out to Ubisoft for comment on the use of Banksy artwork in the games, and they have yet to respond.

We’ve also reached out for comment from Buitgago, who also said in the statement that he’s working on a project for the end of the year.

If you’re curious about the artwork, you can check out his work here.