Banksy BREXIT Mural


A Banksy Brexit artwork in Dover has been covered up with white paint and scaffolding. The artwork shows a workman chipping away at one of the stars of the EU appeared on a building near Dover's ferry terminal. It was painted in May 2017 on the side of the Castle Amusements building, which had been set to be demolished. The Godden Gaming Organisation, which owns the building, previously said it was exploring options to remove, maintain or sell the artwork. Sadly, on Sunday August 25th, residents noticed that it had been covered up with white paint and scaffold

It is currently unclear whether the artwork has been painted over or removed for preservation or sale.

After the mural was confirmed to be by Banksy through the artist's Instagram, the work was valued at about a milion pounds.

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