Designed by Banksy Uncharacteristically simple in its design, with only a slight whiff of political sentiment (it is a flower painted on concrete in the middle of the city after all), Banksy's 'Flower' graffiti first sprung up in London's Tower Hamlets in 2007. The original artwork featured a painter sitting alongside the flower, cleverly following off of Pollard Street's existing double yellows. Sadly, due to wear and tear and the addition of new—much less aesthetically pleasing—graffiti, this part of the mural is no longer clearly visible.