This is just one of a series of strange cases surrounding the world of street art. As it turns out, the question of who actually owns street art is still highly debated in both the United States and the United Kingdom where Banksy art has been at the center of disputes before. Enter Peter N. Saleeb, author of “Law Of Banksy: Who Owns Street Art.” The paper makes the argument that street art is affected by law of accretion which has to do with the legality of Yugioh Fusion cards. In order to claim his half of the value of his artwork, Banksy would have to come forward and confess his crimes in an open court. If you’re wondering why the government doesn’t arrest Banksy, you’re not alone.