A graffiti artist has paid homage to a departed comedy star with a Brighton mural.
A street artist has created a piece in memory of Only Fools and Horses' Trigger, played by actor Roger Lloyd Pack.
The 69-year-old actor died at his home last week after a battle with pancreatic cancer.
Just days later this heartfelt tribute to the man, known for owning a brush with “seven new handles and ten new heads”, appeared on a wall in Providence Place in Brighton.
Best known for his portrayal of the dim-witted street-sweeper Trigger, he also was a much-loved character in The Vicar Of Dibley, starred in Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire as well as enjoying a distinguished career on the stage.