By Keith Griffith For Dailymail. A series of small statues depicting President Donald Trump with a sign reading 'pee on me' have appeared across Brooklyn. Advertising professional Phil Gable placed the statues, which carry a plug for his branded content studio, around Park Slope over the weekend. The statues are mounted on patches of grass and depict a youthful-looking Trump from the s or 90s.
Donald Trump 'Pee On Me' Statues Appear In Brooklyn | Park Slope, NY Patch
Tiny statues of Trump with signs reading Pee On Me appear in Brooklyn
Five small statues of Donald Trump that invite passersby to make water on it have been planted across Park Slope, according to creator Phil Gable. Artist Phil Gable, who also serves as creative director for the brand content company, told Patch the idea for the statues came after Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's nomination was confirmed in the senate. To encourage the three-legged salute, Gable sprayed the statue with a dog potty training aid on the five statuettes planted across Park Slope. While many of Gable's Park Slope neighbors have responded with compliments and thanks, not everyone was pleased with the art's political statement.
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