It used to be cartoonists. Now it is Memes.
In the salad days of the print media, cartoonists would encapsulate an often barbed or pungent comment in the sketch of their choice. There were even whole publications given over to this format of political comment. Today, this too has gone digital, in the form of memes.
From George Washington, the original Brexiteer who piloted the American war of independence from Great Britain, to the walling up of the Channel Tunnel, from the hapless Cameron to the gleeful Corbyn holding up a symbolic marrow, the memeventors have had a field day with Brexit.