As the UK heads towards a general election and Britain prepares to leave the EU, a three-storey version of the European Union flag appeared painted on to a residential building, on Saturday morning, near the ferry port off the A20 in the Kent seaside town of Dover. The mural features a monochrome stencilled image of a man chiseling off one of the 12 stars. The anonymous artist later confirmed his ownership by publishing two photos of the painting on his Instagram feed and website.
Photo: Banksy’s website
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