Banksy creates a portrait of Steve Jobs - but not where you might expect.

Banksy’slatest offering is a portrait of Apple founder Steve Jobs, but far from gracing the walls of the tech giant’s HQ in California, it can be found sprayed on a concrete bridge in the ‘Jungle’ refugee camp.

The makeshift town situated on a former rubbish tip on the outskirts of Calais is currently home to over 7000 migrants attempting to get to the UK, primarily from Syria and Afghanistan.

We’re often led to believe migration is a drain on the country’s resources, but Steve Jobs was the son of a Syrian migrant.


Banksy has been shipping leftover infrastructure from his parody theme park ‘Dismaland' to the Jungle to fabricate emergency housing. The ‘Dismal Aid’ project has seen site crew from the theme park build living structures, community buildings and a children's play area.