A NEW piece by Winchester’s Banksy has been discovered.

Hendog, an anonymous graffiti artist, has painted a girl playing with a daisy chain on the St George's Square Bus Shelter in Bishop’s Waltham.

A small daisy chain has been left running near the mural, creating the illusion that it is coming out of the wall.

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Hampshire Chronicle: The new Hendog muralThe new Hendog mural (Image: Clare Grover)

Hendog has yet to publish a photo of the mural on his social media. However, the artist shared an “Instagram story” showing himself at the scene of the mural late on February 11.

 Other Hendog murals in Winchester include a series of teddy bears, a young girl picking flower petals in Market Street, and ‘Christmas Kev’ by Winchester Bus Station.

The street artist had also made his mark at the bottom of St Catherine’s Hill more than two years ago with his original piece ‘boy with a kite’ on the wall next to the footpath by The Handlebar Café.