Banksy couldn’t beat this: The graffiti artists painting homes in Gambia
Who needs Banksy when you can paint this on someone’s house and get away with it?
In parts of Gambia you are just not in vogue if these bright murals are not adorning your home. In rural villages in the west African country dozens of houses, schools and businesses are covered with street art.
The eye-catching images are part of an initiative by the Wide Open Walls project, a collaboration by British, international and Gambian painters, where graffiti artists spend two weeks a year spray painting homes in the bush.