HAYWARD (KCBS) – Bay Area artist Andrew Kong Knight has created a unique sculpture of Republican frontrunner Donald Trump, partly made from locally-sourced art supplies.
“We often walk in the Hayward Hills, so we collected the bull manure, right in our backyard,” Kong Knight told KCBS.READ MORE: COVID: Youth, Adult Multi-Team Sports Resumes In Alameda Co., City Of Berkeley
When asked how he was able to mask the smell, the artist explained, “What I did is we added glue to it.”UPDATE: Supreme Court Orders Santa Clara County To Allow Indoor Church Services
The manure is spewing from a 3-D face of Trump with a sculpted mouth, offering a Nazi salute with one arm, and holding $100 bills in the other. A large pile of excrement also sits on a map of the United States, outlined with a tiny fence.
“So this is my message to the world that I don’t support this hateful man,” Kong Knight said. “If people are offended by this, that’s good because I’m painting just what is going out there. It’s just a reflection of what’s going on.”MORE NEWS: COVID Reopening: Movie Theaters Open Doors In Red-Tier San Mateo, Marin Counties
Kong Knight said it’s the scariest piece of art he’s ever done, and he hopes to show it in area art galleries.