Graffiti paying tribute to Dundee V&A architect appears in the city

Kengo Kuma has already left a lasting impression on the city with his breath-taking design for the new V&A Museum.

And it seems his work is now inspiring the city’s graffiti artists, after a spray-painted tribute to the Japanese architect appeared in the West End.

The black and white portrait of Mr Kuma plucking a leafy green tree has been skilfully applied to the graffiti wall between Seabraes and Roseangle.

“A V&A Dundee spokesperson said: “We’re delighted to see talented people in Dundee being inspired by our building before we even open on Saturday 15 September, resulting in such fun and creative work.”