BLANKSY! The last work of the artist shows the young retired employees VANISHES

A Banksy installation showing children who have retired in the coastal city of Clevedon in Somerset has disappeared only 24 hours after its first appearance

The last works of art installed by Banksy on a lamp post in Somerset disappeared just a day after its installation.

An even bigger mystery surrounds the street sign that showed two young people with retirees in the back who seem to have disappeared overnight.

The piece was shown yesterday in the coastal city of Clevedon, just outside the artist's hometown of Bristol.

A Banksy installation showing children who have retired in the coastal city of Clevedon in Somerset has disappeared only 24 hours after its first appearance

A Banksy installation showing children who have retired in the coastal city of Clevedon in Somerset has disappeared only 24 hours after its first appearance

Images from the same streetlight this morning show that the last piece of the artist has been removed without a trace

Images from the same streetlight this morning show that the last piece of the artist has been removed without a trace

Images from the same streetlight this morning show that the last piece of the artist has been removed without a trace

But the photos this morning show the same lantern without the sign that is believed to be inspired by Brexit.

A waitress in a nearby cafe said: "When I went to work this morning, I went to take a look at the Banksy, but unfortunately it was already gone.

"I received a call at about 7 am from a friend who told me he could not see anything there, it must have been taken overnight.

Banksy first shared photos of the artwork with his 2.4 million Instagram followers on Friday afternoon.

The images this morning show an empty street lamp with a plastic safety barrier underneath and no sign of the street sign placed there with only a few hours in advance.

It is not clear if it has been deliberately stolen or deleted, either by the authorities or by the anonymous artist himself.

Banksy has been experimenting lately in works of art with greater political motivation.

Fans who expected to see the piece, which is believed to be a crude reference to Brexit, were disappointed by its absence.

Fans who expected to see the piece, which is believed to be a crude reference to Brexit, were disappointed by its absence.

Fans who expected to see the piece, which is believed to be a crude reference to Brexit, were disappointed by its absence.

It is unclear if the sign was stolen or removed, either by the authorities or by the artist himself

It is unclear if the sign was stolen or removed, either by the authorities or by the artist himself

It is unclear if the sign was stolen or removed, either by the authorities or by the artist himself

In June, he revealed how he presented an EU referendum painting "Vote to Love" under a pseudonym that was rejected by the prestigious summer exhibition of the Royal Academy of the Arts.

When he revealed that he was the mastermind behind the illustration, he was personally invited to exhibit the work of art.

In January, he produced a child with a helmet and a cape next to the words & # 39; Draws the raised bridge & # 39; that appeared in Hull.

Despite the applause for the intuitive anti-Brexit message, the northeastern councilors demanded that the sketch be erased immediately.

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