Following his whirlwind New York residency last year, Banksy is back on British shores with two new pieces of work. The first, widely called Spy Booth, depicts a trio of shady government officials crowding around a phone booth using analog recording devices to eavesdrop on conversations in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. The second piece of street artwork, widely referred to as Mobile Lovers, shows an image of a man and a woman embracing while staring over each others shoulders at their respective mobile phones in the artist’s hometown of Bristol. The image has already been removed by an eager profit making member of the public.