Leave it to New Yorkers to create witty and outrageous works of art inspired by Trump’s presidential campaign. From the recent “All-Seeing” Trump Zoltar machine to a mural depicting Trump as a giant pile of sh-t, these are some of our favorite snarky pieces we’ve seen around New York City within the last couple of months.

1. Hansky’s Trump


Street artist Hanksy, who has an affinity for “street puns,” painted this mural on Orchard Street at Canal Street on the Lower East Side. His inspiration came from the fact that “Trump kinda rhymes with dump.” The sudden epiphany gave rise to what locals are calling “Donald Dump.”

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