Baffling Partick duck graffiti sparks ‘it would be great if it was Banksy’ chat

People living in Partick have been left baffled by a large number of bizarre bird like graffiti pictures on walls across the area.

So far the white feathered animal with a yellow beak has been spotted in Burgh Hall Lane, Stewartvile Street, Muirpark Street and Chancellor Street. It unclear what the cartoon like being means and who is behind the street art.

However, it has certainly passers-by both delighted and confused by the duck/penguin.

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One wrote: “Anyone know what the penguin is representing…would be great if it was a Banksy”

Another said: “It just appeared the other day and there’s another one in Partick not a clue who it is or what it’s about.”

One social media user added: “My son is loving them.”

No doubt residents will be keeping their eyes peeled for any more similar artwork popping up.

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