Just when you think Los Angeles street artist Sabo can’t top himself, he ups his game.
The artist recently posted several photos on Facebook showing his latest work: “Basket of Deplorables” branding on the front of rental bikes.
The ingenious art shows a skull smoking a cigarette with Donald Trump’s signature hair and “Trump 2020”:
“Basket of Deplorables” refers to the derogatory term Hillary Clinton used to describe “half” of Donald Trump’s supporters late in the campaign.
The term, which many saw as an unforced error, became a badge of honor for Trump supporters.
In May, Sabo struck near a town hall meeting being held by Congresswoman Maxine Waters.
A bus shelter poster blares “Impeach Maxine Waters” with Waters’ face superimposed over James Brown’s mugshot.
“Race baiter, old & out of touch, poverty pimp,” the poster reads.
“End this abusive marriage by divorcing yourself from the Democratic Party.”
Even fictional street signs were posted:
The signs posted outside Inglewood High School read, “Impeach Maxine Waters” and “Illegals hurt blacks.”
In 2015, Sabo’s work greeted Hillary Clinton as she arrived at a fundraiser being held by Rob Reiner.
The artist hung 10 flying monkeys from the utility lines outside of Reiner’s home just in time for the event.
The art inferred Clinton was the Wicked Witch of the West from “The Wizard of Oz” and her monkeys were flying closely behind.