NOTORIOUS and celebrated graffiti artist Banksy has struck on the streets of Tottenham.

A piece of work by the Bristol-born artist has appeared on a wall in Tottenham High Road, close to the junction with Philip Lane.

It depicts two children playing, staring up at a floating piece of paper with the words 'no ball games' on it.

Banksy's works have been celebrated in some quarters for their biting social commentary, and have sold at auction for thousands of pounds.

However, some local councils have looked dimly on his graffiti style, and have washed away or painted over works on public walls.

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