A spray painted image that has appeared on the corner of a toilet block in Brean has sparked speculation that it could belong to famous Bristol street artist, Banksy.
The art, which portrays a young boy walking towards the beach with a bucket appeared over night on Monday and was first discovered on Tuesday morning (August 3).
The mural has become something of a local attraction, with many residents heading down to check out the spray-painting and form their opinions on who created it.
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The art itself has been created on the edge of a toilet block near the entrance to Brean beach.
This wouldn’t be the first time Banksy has been touted to be in the area, with art appearing near Birnbeck Pier just last summer once again raising speculation that the famous artist could be in the area.
A road sign allegedly made by him also appeared in Clevedon in 2018, before being removed by the council.
Back in 2015, he also pioneered the creation and opening of the famous ‘Dismaland’ at the Tropicana in Weston-Super-Mare, a large art exhibition modelled on Disneyland.
The new art in Brean is not confirmed to be Banksy, but it does strike a similar resemblance to other pieces of his work that has appeared in the area.
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