His identity has remained a mystery for years - but has this CCTV footage finally unmasked the enigma that is Banksy?
An unidentified hoodie-wearing figure was captured on camera as the infamous graffiti artist's latest creation was installed in Bristol.
CCTV outside the Broad Plain and Riverside Youth Project in Bristol shows two people unloading equipment from a white van in the early hours of Sunday morning.
The cheeky pair, who are dressed as workmen, were spotted hours before Banksy’s new piece, titled ‘Mobile Lovers’ appeared on the doorway of a rundown street in Bristol.
The image later appeared on Banksy’s website on Monday morning.
The cameras which captured the two men were, ironically, set up to deter graffiti artists. Hours later the graffiti artwork was removed from the wall using a crowbar by members of the nearby Youth Project.
Bosses are now charging people to see the artwork inside the Broad Plain and Riverside Youth Project.
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