Perry, who himself identifies as a Remainer, insisted pro-European Union politicians lost the referendum because of their “know best” attitude.
Poking fun at “Remoaners”, Perry said: “Leavers say they are still happy with the result and any sign of regret is wishful thinking on the part of the Remoaners.
“They feel they have the monopoly on rational argument and also they are the ones that somehow know best!
Perry Grayson mocked Remainers who believe they still have a 'rational argument'
Any sign of regret is wishful thinking on the part of the Remoaners
“I think that is what got them into trouble in the first place.”
Perry’s latest work Matching Pair was inspired by the battle over Brexit and feature images of Nigel Farage, people’s tattoos, British landmarks, Sir Winston Churchill and David Bowie.
The Turner Prize-winner, 57, asked people on social media, from both sides of the argument, to contribute images of themselves, and others, phrases and photographs for each vase – the Brexit and Remain pots.
Perry said: “The two pots have come out looking remarkably similar, which is a good result, for we all have much more in common than that which separates us.”
Nigel Farage appears on the Leave pot alongside Sir Winston, the Queen, Sir Francis Drake, and chocolate brand Cadbury’s.
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The Remain pot includes the late MP Jo Cox, presenter Gary Lineker, Barack Obama, Gandhi, Shakespeare and logos for Waitrose and the NHS.
Perry added: “The composition and the form of the things were all in my control but the content, the actual choice of images, colour, symbols, is all crowd-sourced.
“Both the Remain and Leave groups picked the teapot as their favourite symbol.
Remoaners Club: These people hate Brexit! Mon, January 16, 2017
Remainers are finding it hard to accept Brexit.
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“I asked people to send me photographs of things they love about Britain and they were very similar.
“They all sent me pictures of their local church, very British landmarks, a fry-up, the local pub, walking the dog, the children, a nice sunset.”
The groups only diverged when asked to pick people who represent their values, the artist said: “The only overlap in the top 10 was David Bowie. He’s on both of them, on several places.”