Here in Lyme at the bottom of Coombe Street we have our own Banksi and a beautiful work of art it is too - a stork with a fish in it's mouth.  Unlike so much of his work it doesn't seem to carry any social or political message. Perhaps its simplicity and beauty can be seen as a tribute to our town. Isn't it amazing how graffiti has moved from the realms of inner city protest and vandalism to an extraordinary unique and popular art? Of course it has benefited massively from the courage, skill and vision of individuals like Banksi.
   Wandering around the atisan area of Bridport the other day I came across some other extraordinary fine examples.