Pseudo President Donald Trump’s precious Hollywood star has been targeted yet again by an artist in another guerrilla-style protest.
Despite the city’s plea for its removal, the concrete star was reinstated after being smashed to bits and pieces by two separate artists in July with a pickax – who both now face lawsuits.
That, however, has not stop British-born street artist Plastic Jesus, who, on Wednesday placed of prison bars atop the star. This isn’t the first mob-protest Jesus has publicly pulled off – in August, he added child-sized bulletproof vests to clothing displays in stores all over Los Angeles to make a point about deadly school shootings
“Today I put @realDonaldTrump behind bars,” the artist wrote on Twitter [@plasticjesusart] Check out the work below.
— Plastic Jesus (@plasticjesusart) September 19, 2018