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.
By jamie mckenzie
Published 13th Sep 2019, 17:46 BST- 1 min read
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.
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.
The Rebel Bear used the same stencil on a wall in Glasgow's Woodside Terrace Lane last month, according to their Instagram page.