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The ever-mysterious street artist Banksy is at it again.
A pop-up to Valentine’s day, the painting can be found on the side of a house in Bristol, united kingdom, Thursday, with a picture of a girl shooting a red flower is made with a painted ivy from a catapult.
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The product of the work of art, which soon became a major tourist attraction, as many believed it to be the work of Banksy, the anonymous artist is known for his often-political street art.
Banksy has added to the speculation on Friday when he posted a picture of the artwork on his Instagram page at midnight tonight.
Now to work on the protection of the “special” is the work of the coming Storm, Dennis, and potential vandalism, the BBC reported.
“There are a lot of people who come out and take a photo, it’s fantastic,” said Kelly Woodruff, whose dad is the owner of the property.
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“There’s been a lot of debate if it’s a Banksy or not. Most of the people I’ve spoken to, and I think that it is 100%, and they point out the Valentine’s Banksy,” she said. “It’s been unbelievable.”
The flowers are placed on a road sign as a part of the work of art was stolen, it Said, and it’s protective plastic cover is placed over the on Thursday night, had been.
A woman walks past a new work of art on the side of a house in Bristol, united kingdom, Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020, that has been confirmed to be the work of street artist Banksy. (Ben Birchall/PA via AP)
Woodruff was advised by Bristol City Council in order to get in touch with the International Fine Art Conservation Studios (IFACS) in Bristol for their guidance.
In the meantime, the audience can’t get enough of Banksy’s latest piece, which has garnered more than 1 million likes on Instagram.
“How has no one spotted a guy with a can of spray paint and set up the ladder,” an Instagram user wrote, “what makes this man great is that he’s doing it for art and not for the greed of money and fame.”
“The Banksy is alive and (still) underappreciated genius,” another fan gushed.
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What makes the artwork even more special was that it was found on the Woodruff’s father’s birthday.
“Thank you for making my dad’s birthday one to remember,” she wrote on Instagram. “Words can’t describe how happy I am.”