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Horse meat-inspired street art hits North London. Graffiti inspired by the elusive artist Banksy has appeared on a North London street, showing a thoroughbred racehorse with the Tesco Value logo on its blanket. The supermarket chain, among others, has been rocked by revelations that many products labelled as beef actually contain horse meat. The one metre-high mural popped up overnight on Castlehaven Road in Camden, North London and is believed to be the work of Los Angeles graffiti artist 'Plastic Jesus', who last month was responsible for a piece showing disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong racing while connected to an IV drip. Where: London, United Kingdom. When: 18 Feb 2013.
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