A picture paints a thousand words and with so much being said today about Brexit it is a good time to absorb some artistic interpretations of the international event.
An assortment of cartoons have been created in the aftermath of the UK referendum that depict various optimistic, pessimistic or judgemental viewpoints on the monumental decision.
Here is a few of the best.
Some people think Nigel Farage may not know quite what to do, now that he got what he wanted.
Others think it is an impractical decision that leaves the UK at a distinct disadvantage as a result.
cartoon of the day 2 - Brexit pic.twitter.com/aKTVd6iS45— stephff cartoonist (@stephffart) June 24, 2016
'Who are we going to blame for our problems now?'
International New York Times pic.twitter.com/Cbhyny4qus— Leen Boer (@LeenBoer) June 24, 2016
This artist took a more poignant approach to the UK leaving the EU
Sums it up. pic.twitter.com/Ro4nV0gu0N— Media Diversified (@WritersofColour) June 24, 2016
More think it was a result achieved through lies.
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So the day came at last... :( Atleast it's good to know that 50% voted to #bremain. but we all know who mislead the people looking for answers the wrong place... Hint: it wasn't Cameron... #brexit #bridiots #bracists #cameron #eu #bremain #cartoon #cartoonist #politics #syria #refugees #war #Europe #peace #bbc #news #igers #ink #cnn #economy #rasim
While there are those who feel this is the start of something positive for the United Kingdom
Only time will tell what this result will mean for the UK and the rest of the world.
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