A media exit (from Europe). Every week, artists take the front page of The New Yorker to bring their interpretation to the words (and evils) of the news. On March 25, 2019, two years and nine months after the referendum, the fervor and panic surrounding the Brexit has yet to be extinguished. Mark Ulriksen's challenge for this cover was then to illustrate the Brexit, to demystify it, to make it meaningful to the other side of the Atlantic. According to him, "the British icon that resonates most [with me] is Big Ben, in realizing this, a bell rang in my head... a cuckoo clock!"
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