This image is a piece of graffiti done by guerilla artist Banksy in 2004; it is situated in London's Marble Arch.
A lot of Banksy's work is political and reflects modern culture. This piece of a CCTV camera looking at the words "What are you looking at?" is a clear mockery of the surveillance culture that the United Kingdom enforces nowadays.
The amount of CCTV camera's in the UK is reaching staggering levels and in Banksy's silent protest of art, he not only tells the Government how he feels but will also let the public know his feelings too.
The words have been stenciled on using spray paint, a technique that is often used by Banksy to rely on his ideas and beliefs to the country.
Often with works by Banksy, they are removed after a while by local councils, but some let him keep his art up because that is how they see it, as art.