Drivers on the A20 near Dover's ferry terminal in Kent were greeted by a brand new piece of political commentary from Banksy on Sunday morning - and if we're being honest, it's a surprisingly tame effort.
After a mural depicting the EU flag mysteriously appeared on the side of a building overnight, onlookers speculated that it could be the work of the spray-paint king.
Now the street artist's representatives have confirmed to The Independent that he is indeed responsible for the the three-storey tall stencil. Banksy has also published images of the piece, which shows a workman chipping away at one of the 12 stars on the EU flag, on Instagram.
The artwork, which comes after Banksy created The Walled Off Hotel in Bethlehem, has been painted in a town that acts as one of Britain's main gateways to Europe. The timing was spot on, too, as the mural popped up on the day pro-EU candidate Emmanuel Macron won the final round of France's Presidential elections. The UK's own General Election, which will decide how Britain's withdrawal process from the EU is handled, is also just weeks away.
On social media, the reaction to Banksy's take on Brexit was mixed. Many said it was "genius" while others said it reflected "a sad moment in our history." As one Instagram user put it, "a picture says a thousand words".