Members of the anarchist collective INDECLINE commissioned and displayed five naked statues of the Republican presidential nominee in protest.
Proudly nestled in Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Cleveland, and New York City, the statues are part of the art project called The Emperor Has No Balls — a nod to the Hans Christian Andersen short tale The Emperor's New Clothes, about a clueless, cocky, naked ruler.
In addition to a saggy "old man butt" and a glistening spray tan, Las Vegas-based artist Ginger, who created the statues, made sure to complete Trump's anatomy with a barely-there micropenis — but, as the title of the installation says, left out the balls.
The sculptor, who specializes in life-size replicas of monsters, explained he was approached by INDECLINE back in April, and couldn't pass up the opportunity to conjure up a replica of the terror-causing Trump. He told The Washington Post:
"When the guys approached me, it was all because of my monster-making abilities. Trump is just yet another monster, so it was absolutely in my wheelhouse to be able to create these monstrosities."
Some of the statues have already been taken down, but not before being photographed by THOUSANDS of passersby!
Ch-ch-check out the videos (below) to see the creation process and the crowd's reaction!