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New Banksy hits Camden

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Our week wouldn't be fully complete without some sort of Banksy-related hi-jinks.

The mysterious Bristolian is back and causing trouble in Camden. This week saw his latest piece go up, a tribute to graffiti artist Tox.

Tox, known as the 'King of the Taggers', was recently convicted of criminal damage and earning support from Banksy will surely ruffle some feathers. Interestingly, the piece has already been covered with perspex sheeting to protect it, making us all confused about the rights and wrongs of what graffiti is and isn't allowed these days.

If you fancy taking a look yourself then it's here.

(Images: Myriam Preston, Jamie Klingler)

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