Powerful street art in Edinburgh depicts Donald Trump, Boris Johnson and Kim Jung-un as toddlers

Glasgow's own Banksy appears to have travelled east to the Capital to display some of his political street art in the city centre.

Friday, 13th September 2019, 5:46 pm
The artwork is on display outside St John's Church in Edinburgh city centre. Pic: Jonathan Henderson/Twitter

The monochrome mural, thought to be the work of artist The Rebel Bear, has appeared on a board on the railing outside of St John's Church on Lothian Road.

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The images appear to be a satirical nod to towards the US President's desire to build a wall at the Mexican border and the North Korean leader's nuclear programme - and Boris looks like he may be sticking crayons in his ears.

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The Rebel Bear used the same stencil on a wall in Glasgow's Woodside Terrace Lane last month, according to their Instagram page.

The artwork is on display outside St John's Church in Edinburgh city centre. Pic: Jonathan Henderson/Twitter