A clipart of a young man, who looks like he could be a future President of the United States, holding a bottle of wine, talking about his life in the United Kingdom.
The clipart, created by a young artist from Manchester who is from a town in Northern England, is one of many that were commissioned by the National Art Gallery to celebrate the occasion.
The artist, who wished to remain anonymous, has said the clipart was intended to help people find jobs in the new economy.
“It’s a message of hope for people who might have been looking for a career but had no confidence in the prospects,” he said.
“We’re all on the same boat here and hopefully, this is a way of highlighting the opportunities that are out there and showing that people can be creative, that they can make things.”
In the video, the young man holds up a bottle, which he is holding in both hands, as he talks about his journey from being homeless to working in a restaurant.
“I’ve been homeless my whole life,” he says.
“People tell me to go home and die and I’ve never felt that way.
I’ve always been there for the people around me, they have always been my family and my friends.”
Mr Waugh’s work also includes a number of posters in Manchester and around the country.
“This was an important moment in my life and it’s something I’ll never forget,” he told The Manchester Evening News.
“My life’s been made better by this project and hopefully people will feel inspired to look after themselves and make sure their family is well taken care of in the future.”