ANOTHER piece of art reflecting Banksy has people wondering if the world-renowned artist has struck again.
The stenciled graffiti honoring the Queen features an image of the late monarch with Union Jacks stenciled over it.
The artwork has appeared on Reading Bridge in Caversham.
The word Peachy is spray-painted beneath the tribute to the Queen.
Peachy’s work has appeared in Reading a number of times over the past year and has become known for his unusual creations.
In July 2021, Peachy performed live graffiti art for primary school students in Caversham by spray-painting canvases to take away.
A month later, the anonymous street artist spray-painted a powerful Covid message from a weary-looking NHS worker.
The artwork features the likes of Banksy, who actually came to Reading to stencil an image of Oscar Wilde escaping from prison.
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