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Lymington, Hampshire, home to... Well, to be honest we don't know. Churches, cats and stuff?

Not just that though. It's now the place to go for giant Transformers graffiti done by spraypainters Mr Shizz (poor name) and Josh Colwell aka JXC.

The stunning image took the pair four days, £300 and 80 cans of paint to complete. It features lead characters Optimus Prime and that sap Bumblebee.

Lymington-based property developers, Colten Developments, who own the building, contacted JXC, offering him the chance to work his magic before it is knocked down and rebuilt as a care home. Would be ace if they left it as is, for the olds to enjoy.

Images: Solent News / Rex Features

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