Oh, my eyes! Just look at this thing I discovered on a gable wall in West Belfast.
It's not exactly a mural but a painting on boards, which have been joined together and framed.
The subject of this art atrocity is republican hunger striker, Kieran Doherty, who died in 1981 after 73 days without food.
I've no idea who the 'artist' of this piece is, but he or she should be stopped from inflicting such art crimes on the general public.
I'm particularly taken with Mr Doherty's mutant arms, one of which reaches forward to rest awkwardly on his leg while the other hangs limp, as if broken. Observe the breast pocket and those little creases on the right sleeve and bellow with laughter.
Public art should surely do something to lift the tone of an area and imbue its residents with a sense of community pride and identity. This dreadfully inept painting just makes me want to turn my gaze away to hide my embarrassment.