The piece — which mysteriously appeared overnight on a building beside the A20, near Dover’s ferry terminal — features the artist's signature stencil work, depicting a monochrome worker removing one of the European flag’s 12 stars.
The Independent received the confirmation from Banksy's representatives who also pointed us towards the artist's Instagram feed where new photos of the artwork are featured.
The graffiti comes at a contentious time for European politics: the UK is currently undergoing a general election that will dictate how the country moves on with Brexit.
Meanwhile, pro-EU candidate Emmanuel Macron celebrated a crushing victory over his far-right nationalist opponent Marine Le Pen in the final round of France's Presidential elections. Dover is a major port for ferries to Calais, France, where Banksy’s work has previously appeared.
The Bristol-based artist’s most recent project includes a Bethlehem-based hotel that’s decorated like English gentlemen’s club. The hotel marked Banksy's first major installation since Dismaland, the temporary theme park that appeared in 2015 at Weston-super-Mare.
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