As far as modern, mainstream artists go, few know how to make a statement quite like Banksy.
The elusive artist's entry into this year's Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy is nothing more than an EU arrivals gate - that kind you will have no doubt seen at an airport.
In what is a clear comment on Brexit and immigration, the arrivals gate has been closed with the shutter reading 'KEEP OUT', except the 'T' has been removed by a rat that is attempting to break the padlock at the bottom of the shutter.
According to the RA's website, the piece by the anonymous artist was 'salvaged from Heathrow airport'. No specific price has been assigned to the piece but it has already started to generate debate online.
Krishnan Guru-Murthy of Channel 4 News tweeted a picture of the artwork on Monday afternoon, noting that Banksy had commented on immigration in his 2018 Summer Exhibition entry.
Banksy re-enters the immigration debate with his entry for this year’s Royal Academy summer exhibition. #c4news https://t.co/PRtc0qzpwk
Obviously, Leave EU aren't big fans of Banksy and his particular brand of satirical art, but - unfortunately for them - they forgot about a little thing called 'freedom of movement', which benefits all members of the EU.