Catman is a unknown street artist from Kent who uses the stencils to create his art mostly reproduced in greyscale with sometimes touches of colours. This style makes him to be compared to the street artist icon Banksy as well as because of the message of his paintings full of humour and irony. Appearing in the street of Whitstable, his hometown, different images of penguins on a beach groyne, a framed Monna Lisa but wearing underneath a split-thigh dress and so many other images recognisable for being extremely detailed. In Dulwich, Catman paints the Queen riding a hoverboard with her corgis to celebrate her 90th birthday and the high level of the street art in this area. Catman leaves his mark with this clever and amusing painting that transmits a raw and naughty energy.