Still got your EU Referendum Poll Card? See what it could become

If you still have your EU Referendum Poll Card, Isle of Wight artist, Rachael Berry would love to have it for a series of small paintings she’s doing. Can you help?

david cameron on poll card

One of our all-time favourite artists (who also happens to be based on the Isle of Wight) is appealing to voters around the country to share their EU Referendum Poll Cards with her.

On Friday morning following the EU referendum vote, Isle of Wight artist Rachael Berry, most well-known for her hyperrealism art, picked up her pencil and oil brushes and set to work her Poll Card.

This outstanding pencil and oil painting took Rachael a solid eight hours to complete and she was so pleased with it, that she’s keen to do more.

Cards needed for series of paintings
Rachael said,

“I’m doing a series of small paintings about the referendum and am desperately seeking poll cards from Thursday to complete the series. Do you still have your card?

“If so, would you be willing to donate it?

“All names and addresses can/will be painted over. I’m based in Newport and would be immensely grateful if you can help.”

Can you help?
If you’d be willing to have your Poll Card turned into a stunning piece of art, get in touch with Rachael by either emailing ( or through Twitter or Facebook.

Click on image to see larger version
David Cameron by Rachael Berry

Image: © Rachael Berry

Monday, 27th June, 2016 5:16pm



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