“Face of war” is made of bullet cases or shells taken from the fields of Ukraine.
AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY
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After Putin-in-bullets, exiled Ukrainian artists coin TrumpThey shot to fame in 2015 with a portrait of Vladimir Putin made of bullet shells from the killing fields of eastern Ukraine. Now, the two Ukrainian artists are back with a portrait of Donald Trump made from coins and poker chips. The Trump portrait, finished a month ago, is made of nearly 4,000 one cent and 5-cent pieces. The one in which "he is very proud of himself," she tells AFP in New York.They came up with the idea of the enormous 2.4 x 1.7 meters portrait last summer, when Putin ordered the U.S. to reduce its diplomatic footprint in Russia by 755 employees.The artists left Ukraine following the backlash over their Putin portrait, and after a kidnap attempt against Marchenko.
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