Le Banksy

France’s version of Trinity House has been hit by a Gallic version of Banksy. The perimeter walls of the Service of Lighthouses and Beacons  in Dunkirk are covered in graffito, crude faces, obscene scribbles and ‘pieces’ but they also sport these two surreally executed art works.

 View the gallery of the Gallic Banksy

Both are of the tall, upright buoys which characterise the French channels in La Manch and the North Sea coasts.