WICKER PARK — As the presidential primary election nears, anti-Donald Trump street art has been popping up across the city.
On an empty storefront at 2001 W. North Ave., Skandal's caricature of Trump appeared next to a "You are Beautiful" sticker.
Skandal, an illustrator who was born in Mexico City, Mexico and moved to Chicago's North Side in 2010, has previously taken part in "You Are Beautiful" group shows at Galerie F, 2381 N. Milwaukee Ave. in Logan Square.
On Monday, Skandal said that his latest work, inspired by what he calls "lack of sense by politicians," will be part of an upcoming group show, "Visit Magico" set to take place in April at Pilsen Outpost Gallery, 1959 W. 21st St. during the Latino Art Now National Conference.
Skandal said the stickers have been placed in various neighborhoods, but declined to elaborate on how many he made.
Other depictions of Trump have popped up around Andersonville and Edgewater, showing the Republican presidential candidate as Batman and other cartoon characters.
Trump in a Batman mask wheat paste. [DNAinfo/Linze Rice]