Footage shows partly covered face of man who claims to be artist and seems to be working on two of his pieces
A long-lost interview with a young man claiming to be Banksy, the worlds most famous anonymous street artist, has been found in a television companys vault.
The interview was filmed before the elusive artists breakthrough 2003 Turf War exhibition in London and features a man whose face is partially obscured with a baseball cap and T-shirt.
It was shown on ITV London at the time but then forgotten about until the Bristol-based ITV News reporter Robert Murphy stumbled upon it when he was doing some research on Bansky.
The figure is shown stencilling a picture of a black insect on to a wall and working on a piece in which a baby is playing with alphabet building blocks that spell out: KILL MORE. Both pieces have long been attributed to Banksy.
The two-minute report, by the ITV News correspondent Haig Gordon, features the man speaking for 35 seconds.
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