A second piece of art that bears the trademark of world-renowned anonymous graffiti artist Banksy has appeared in an Edinburgh close.
The new image depicting a hooded figure carrying a green ring has been spotted on a close wall in Bernard Street, Leith.
It is not known whether the image is meant to be symbolic of the recent Hong Kong protests or carries any other political connotations.
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The new artwork in Leith has been found just five months after a separate 'Banksy' image was found stencilled on the same close wall.
The earlier image shows a man wearing a top based on the EU flag who appears to be holding a bouquet of flowers.
Despite worldwide acclaim, Banksy remains anonymous, which has helped heighten the buzz around his work.
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His stencils, with their trademark style often bearing political sentiments, have appeared in a string of cities around the globe.
There has been no confirmation on whether the two designs off Bernard Street are authentic Banksy creations or have been carried out by a copycat artist.