Trump Statue Initiative

The new Anti-Trump art project made by Super Bowl publicist

After the anti-racism protests, several statues were taken out. The Super-Bowl King Bryan Buckley (directed over 65 commercials) got inspired and started a new project called the Donald Trump Statue Initiative, with a mix of humor and political criticism. Check it out!

  • Bryan Buckley has been twice nominated for an Academy Award.
  • He was named one of the top creative minds in the last decades.
  • The Bostonian created ads for brands like McDonald’s, Microsoft, Audi, Verizon, Hyundai and Apple.

Both in the United States as the United Kingdom, protesters broke several statues that revealed the times of slavery or that had some racist background. According to Buckley "Trump is obsessed with statues, so I wanted to show what his legacy is".

Every living statue has its own name and motive, "celebrating" his worst moments of the year 2020.

"I just wish her well" statue

Clear examples were his declarations against the postal service or his "support" to Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein when he stated "I just wish her well" or when he hid in his White House bunker during the Washington protests.

Bruno Wahrmann Lockhart

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