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Image caption The work was found on the side of a house in Bristol - the home of the elusive artist. Artwork that appeared on the side of a house in Bristol has been confirmed as being the work of the graffiti artist Banksy. The piece appears to be inspired by Valentine's Day, depicting a stencil of a young girl firing a slingshot of red flowers made with spray painted ivy. The graffiti appeared on the side of a house in Barton Hill on Thursday. Banksy published a picture of the work on his Instagram page at midnight on Valentine's Day. Kelly Woodruff, 37, whose father owns the property, said: "I kind of like the Valentine's theme with it. "As it's Valentine's Day, it's really special and ... Full story

14 February

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