the recent mania brought on by the united states election has spurred a number of creative projects from creatives across the globe. estudio 3.14 recently imagined trump’s mexican-american wall proposal, while and sagmeister & walsh conceived a series of politically charged protest pins.

 

with donald trump officially confirmed as the next president of the united states, catalan artist víctor enrich has realized a series of aerial pictures of washington DC, depicting how the white house might look after his presidency, in 2020.

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the artist has digitally constructed a fictional interpretation of the white house in 2020

 

 

enrich has envisioned a scheme he calls ‘phalus 2020’, which depicts the original white house stacked 13 times on top of itself. the imposing structure mimics the president elect’s residental and hotel schemes, with an oversized golden trump logo crowning the tower. first shot on location in washington DC, enrich then digitally constructed this humorous interpretation of what he imagines the fictional landscape might look like after trump’s presidency. 

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enrich has envisioned a scheme called ‘phalus 2020’

victor enrich trump
the original white house is stacked 13 times on top of itself

victor enrich trump
the imposing structure mimics the president elect’s familiar residental and hotel schemes

victor enrich trump
an oversized golden trump logo crowns the tower

victor enrich trump
an overview of the fictional landscape, with trump’s imposing white house tower 

victor enrich trump
the recent mania brought on by the united states election has spurred a number of creative projects

  • lmao

    dbkii says:
  • Well, it’s funny that it looks just like the Neo-Neoclassical residential buildings that were built In São Paulo, Brazil In late 90’s and early 2000’s where the “new rich” dream to live.

    I love’d this parody, but sad that those type of towers actualy exist here in Brazil.

    Rafael Gavioli says:

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