December 7 2013 Latest news:
Joe Bill, Features Reporter
Monday, July 2, 2012
Another graffiti piece appears, but is it the man himself?
A second graffiti picture has appeared on a wall in Canterbury prompting suggestions that the area has its very own Banksy copycat.
The suited man juggling bananas is on a wall in the level crossing underpass near Canterbury West station.
This the second to appear in the city after another suited man juggling a rainbow was painted on a wall of the Sainsbury’s cut through alleyway in Northgate, Canterbury.
The style is very derivative of the famous political graffiti artist Banksy who to this day remains anonymous.
Banksy’s pieces have been appearing on buildings around the world for more than a decade with some being sold at auction for big money.
But is this a Banksy or is it a new artist looking to make a stamp on Kent?
What do you think?