A mural by graffiti artist Banksy has appeared on a bridge in Hull as announced on the artist’s Instagram page.
The new stencilled design depicts a child carrying a wooden sword with a pencil attached to the end, under the text “Draw the raised bridge!“. The elusive street artist posted two photos of the permanently raised bridge.
Situated on Scott Street in the Wincolmlee area of the city, the artwork has sparked a debate on Twitter, with many users speculating that it could be related to Brexit.
Last May, Banksy unveiled a mural in Dover that depicted a workman removing a star from the EU flag. You can see more images of the new mural below.