Donald Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame is seen after it was vandalized in Los Angeles, California U.S., October 26, 2016.
Mario Anzuoni — Reuters
By Chauncey L. Alcorn
July 20, 2016

Donald Trump’s words became Donald Trump art in Hollywood Tuesday when a local artist built a wall around the presidential candidate’s Walk of Fame star.

L.A. street artist “Plastic Jesus,” erected the six-inch, four-sided structure – made with wooden planks, laced with mini barbed wire, and “Keep Out” signs – Tuesday afternoon.

The artist posted about the display on his Instagram account.

“Jesus” told the New York Daily News his work was inspired by the GOP candidate’s “extreme views.”

“I’m just shocked and horrified by the whole of the Trump campaign,” he said. “To think that such extreme views within politics could reach the mainstream, I’m really just horrified.”

The wall was later trampled, but not before tourists and locals took pictures with it in a scene photographed by the artist himself.



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