Sight of the bumble bee: Dublin buzzes over mysterious graffiti
Electricity boxes, litterbins and walls used as canvas for Banksy-style drawings
There’s a buzz about town. Somebody has been busy in south county Dublin, adding a touch of cartoon colour to the local streetscapes with a series of mysterious graffiti bees.
Who and why are the outstanding questions, but on power boxes, litterbins and walls, the small figure of a friendly bee standing on two legs, many with a green flower attached, have pollinated the ubiquitous redbrick walls of Dublin 6.
In a Banksy-style cloud of intrigue, the question is where will the next bumble bee land next?