Published: Thu, May 18, 2017
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Banksy Art Mocks Brexit With Newest Mural on Day of French Election

Banksy Art Mocks Brexit With Newest Mural on Day of French Election

The almost three-story tall artwork has been painted onto the side of Dover's Castle Amusements building, and is the first time that Banksy has created an artwork inspired by the historic referendum vote.

The graffiti, which can actually sell for more than a million dollars, features the secretive artist's signature silhouettes.

Banksy posted this image on his official Instagram account.

Cracks starting at the centre of the eroded star stretch across the blue flag.

Passers-by stopped to look at the mural, which has a large anchor in front of it and is on the seaside near a terminal with ferries for northern France.

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The English artist's latest piece depicts a workman up a ladder chipping away to remove a star on the European Union flag and creating large cracks in the process.

The artist's 2015 work of Steve Jobs received global recognition in 2015 after it was created at the Jungle migrant camp in Calais, France. The street artist Banksy has let the wor.

While Banksy's work has been increasingly political, the mural marks the first time the British artist has commented on Brexit, despite 10 months passing since the European Union referendum.

The UK voted for Brexit - short for British exit - on June 26, 2016. It also appeared the same day that France held its presidential elections.

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