A new piece of artwork by Banksy has appeared on the side of building in Margate, highlighting the issue of domestic violence.
The artist confirmed the piece, entitled 'Valentine's Day mascara', was theirs on their Instagram page on Tuesday morning, February 14.
It can be seen along Grosvenor Place near Margate Fire Station.
The mural depicts a stereotypical 1950s housewife with a black eye and a missing tooth, closing the lid of a discarded freezer, with a pair of legs poking out from the other side.
The caricature image of the housewife, wearing yellow washing-up gloves and a blue apron, features her with a swollen eye and missing tooth.
The image also features rubbish on the ground in front of the artwork, including a broken white garden chair, a blue crate and an empty beer bottle.
The work appeared this week, with many speculating early that it had been done by the famous graffiti artist.
Banksy's artwork is known around the world with its political, social, and cultural messages.
Violence against women and girls has been at the forefront of the news agenda in recent years - particularly following the high-profile murders of young women including Sabina Nessa and Sarah Everard.
The anonymous artist has been known to highlight social causes such as domestic violence in his work.
In December, Banksy announced he had created 50 screenprints that would be sold to raise funds for a charity supporting the people of Ukraine.
The month before he confirmed he had created murals in the town of Borodianka in Ukraine.
If you are affected by domestic violence and/or abuse, there are a number of sources of help and advice including:
Call the police on 999 if you are in immediate danger - the police will continue to respond to emergency calls. If you can't talk on the phone, call 999 and then press 55. Your call will be transferred to the relevant police force who will assist you without you having to speak.
Women’s Aid have produced special advice for women and children during the coronavirus lockdown. There is also an online live chat service.
The Men’s Advice Line - A confidential helpline for male victims of domestic abuse 0808 801 0327
Galop for members of the LGBT+ community
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