Spotted: Trump posters by street artist Hanksy at former Triangle Park

If you’re wandering around the former Triangle Park space at 601 Christian St., you might catch a glimpse of one of these Donald Trump posters, created by street artist Hanksy.

(Photo: Albert Stumm)

As you’ve probably heard by now, the Republican presidential candidate made some pretty ignorant statements about Mexican immigrants, so seeing Trump illustrated with a “Viva Mexico” sombrero is pretty fun.

As you can see, the poster includes a Mexican flag, tacos, margaritas and a piñata. To put a spin on Trump’s popular phrase, “you’re fired,” the text in the dialogue bubble translates to “you’re hired.”

(Photo: Albert Stumm)

In addition to the Trump posters, we also spotted these barrels of non-hazardous waste that have been sitting on this lot since May.

Hanksy has put these Trump posters up around Philadelphia and New York. Have you spotted them anywhere else? The poster is also for sale on Hanksy’s website.

2 thoughts on “Spotted: Trump posters by street artist Hanksy at former Triangle Park

  • July 15, 2015 at 6:40 pm

    I hope wins and sends all of you roaches back to the dump you came from. Totally racist posters!

    • July 16, 2015 at 10:12 am

      lol…ProvWitout has a new handle…..

      Love the posters!

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