The art world can't seem to get enough of Kate Moss. She's been photographed by David Bailey, turned into a gold sculpture by Marc Quinn, and painted by the great Lucian Freud, but who could blame them? The gal is gorgeous. Now Moss has even been immortalized in street art form, as a mural of the British supermodel turned up on the side of a London pub last Friday.

The purple and pink mural is the work of street artist Pegasus, who's known for his paintings of famous figures like Marilyn Monroe, Lucille Ball, and Audrey Hepburn. The piece is a recreation of Moss' cover for Playboy magazine from last November. It depicts the seductively posed model as a Playboy bunny, a cheeky illustration that came just in time for Easter.

[via LondonEveningStandard]

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