Banksy reveals new Brexit-inspired artwork on EU customs gate

Banksy has debuted his latest anti-Brexit art installation Credit: Instagram/@Banksy

World famous street artist, Banksy, has unveiled his newest piece of artwork on a repurposed door from Heathrow Airport.

The Bristolian makes a Brexit-related statement in the painting titled 'Keep Ou', which now adorns the former EU customs gate.

A rat can be seen using the missing 'T' from a 'Keep Out' sign to break open a padlock on the border gate.

The sentiment is similar to that of the piece he revealed last year titled 'Vote to Love', which had a heart sprayed over a UKIP 'Vote to Leave' placard.

The sign was priced at £350 million - taunting Boris Johnson's infamous bus pledging to save the same amount for the NHS post-Brexit.

Banksy's last Brexit-inspired piece was jokingly priced at £350 million Credit: Instagram/@Banksy

'Keep Ou' is Banksy's newest piece to be seen at London’s Royal Academy annual Summer Exhibition, and can be seen until 12 August 2019.