Fans better be quick before it's wiped off.

After last month's huge Stranger Things street-art mural appeared at Bangkok Art and Culture Center (BACC), the hit Netflix show has returned to Bangkok's streets.

This time, a new mural has popped up on Ekkamai Road, courtesy of Thai artists Teerayut puchpen and Ekkawat Wimonkaew. It took the pair five days, working 10-11 hours a day, to create the vivid red and black artwork on the walls of the old Sonic nightclub, between sois 8 and 10.

In addition to the wall murals, the work also features a giant sculpture of actress Millie Bobby Brown's character Eleven. 

Like the first mural, this latest piece is also a marketing stunt on the part of Netflix to promote the show's second season, which began airing on Oct 27.

Stranger Things' blend of sci-fi horror and 1980s nostalgia has created a sensation around the globe. After first airing in July 2016, the series swept up at the 2017 SAG awards and MTV Movie Awards earlier in the year. 

Go there now before the mural gets wiped off on Nov 30.