The artwork features a spray-painted stencil of a young girl firing a slingshot of red flower petals at the wall of a house on Marsh Lane in Bristol's Barton Hill neighbourhood.
Today in Barton Hill, we woke up with this remarkable mural art painted on one of the houses of the area.
Or at least, he posted about it on Instagram at midnight on 14 February.
"As it's Valentine's Day, it's really special and to have it in 3D with the flowers is incredible", Kelly Woodruff, the daughter of the owner of the home, told BBC News.
'We hope it's Banksy's work.
"It's just been a complete buzz of excitement".
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He often confirms the artworks by posting images of them on Instagram or his website but the latest piece has not yet appeared on either.
The unexpected piece was first noticed by passersby on Thursday morning.
But the family has mulled covering up the artwork with glass to preserve it, as well as shared concerns over Storm Dennis approaching over the weekend.
One local resident, James Bullock, saw scaffolding on the wall at about 6.20am on Thursday. The caption-less image is probably about as much information as we're going to get from the mysterious street artist.
Bristol-based blog She and Hem tweeted photographs of the street art, writing: "Is this a Banksy in Bristol?". "Whoever painted, it's worth admiring their creativity".
Banksy has not revealed any information about the mural, but the subject matter and the timing suggest a connection to Valentine's Day.