Ukraine has issued postage stamps featuring a mural by renowned UK graffiti artist Banksy to mark the first anniversary of Russia’s full-scale invasion. The mural depicts a man resembling Russian President Vladimir Putin being flipped during a judo match with a young boy. The original art is on a house that was devastated by Russian shelling in the town of Borodyanka, near the capital Kyiv. A phrase with an abbreviated expletive addressing the Russian leader has been added to the bottom left corner of the stamps. Mr Putin is a judo black belt and an admirer of the martial art. Many Ukrainians see Banksy’s mural as a metaphor of Ukraine’s fierce resistance to the Russian invasion, which began on 24 February 2022.