Bansky confirms Bristol Valentine’s Day paintings is his

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The work was discovered on the facet of a home in Bristol – the home of the elusive artist

Artwork that appeared on the facet of a home in Bristol has been confirmed as being the work of the graffiti artist Banksy.

The piece seems to be impressed by Valentine’s Day, depicting a stencil of a younger lady firing a slingshot of pink flowers made with spray painted ivy.

The graffiti appeared on the facet of a home in Barton Hill on Thursday.

Banksy printed an image of the work on his Instagram web page at midnight on Valentine’s Day.

Kelly Wood ruff, 37, whose father owns the property, stated: “I sort of just like the Valentine’s theme with it.

“As it is Valentine’s Day, it is actually particular and to have it in 3D with the flowers is unimaginable.”

Image caption The paintings had been lined with a plastic display to guard it

She added that the flowers that have been placed on the highway signal had already been stolen, together with a protecting plastic display they positioned on it yesterday night.

Ms Wood ruff stated she needed to “protect” the paintings, as Storm Denis approaches.

“We’re not sure where to go from here. We’re going to get some advice,” she added.The pink flowers have additionally been place on the road signal under

Bristol Somali Community Association, primarily based in Barton Hill, tweeted concerning the paintings after it was noticed.

Co-founder Saed Ali wrote: “We hope it is Banksy’s work.

“Come and have a look yourself. Whoever painted, it’s worth admiring their creativity.”