Graffiti artist Catman has struck once again in Whitstable – this time with an image of the Queen on a hoverboard.
The Banksy-style street painter, who keeps his identity under wraps, has decorated the wall of Eat 17 in the High Street.
The monochrome image depicts the Queen dressed in a head scarf with three corgis.
The anonymous artist dubbed the piece “They see me rollin” on his Facebook page.
Other Catman images around the town include the stencil of the Mona Lisa wearing a thigh-slit dress next to Wareham’s antiques in Oxford Street, the shanty singer urging people to “drink local” in Harbour Street, and the deep-sea diver greeting motorists approaching the town on the railway bridge in Canterbury Road.