Mystery surrounds disappearance of Chichester street art

The North Pallant wall where 'King of Cats' used to be
The North Pallant wall where 'King of Cats' used to be

A piece of street art in North Pallant has disappeared and people are wondering what has happened to it.

READ MORE: Chichester welcomes latest street art by Belgian artist

The 'King of Cats' created by Belgian artists Joachim, next to JPS' 'Big Deal' behind Superdrug in East Street

The 'King of Cats' created by Belgian artists Joachim, next to JPS' 'Big Deal' behind Superdrug in East Street

The 18 ft painting, titled 'King of Cats' was painted by street artist Joachim in October last year. At the time of the painting Joachim said he was 'overwhelmed' by the community's reaction to his work.

King of Cats was painted on a wall behind East Street's Superdrug store next to another piece of street art titled 'The Big Deal' by Banksy inspired artist JPS, which has been left.

READ MORE: New Banksy-inspired graffiti spotted in Chichester

Another piece of street art titled 'Tag Cat' in West Pallant has been left.

'The Big Deal' by JPS has been left

'The Big Deal' by JPS has been left

Chichester District Council has been approached for comment. Chichester District Council comment here

'Tag Cat' by JPS in West Pallant has been left

'Tag Cat' by JPS in West Pallant has been left