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Little Italy »

Pictures of the presidential candidate's head have appeared on the figures in MTA ads.

Bushwick »

The mural is on the side of Tepeyac Mexican Bistro on the corner of Knickerbocker and Jefferson. 

Prospect Heights »

We'll give you a hint: It's not Trump. And it's probably not Hillary, either.

Union Square »

A street activist is offering up his Trump-masked face for punching.

Park Slope »

A pair of red hearts has dangled over Seventh Street and Fifth Avenue for the past several years.

Chelsea »

An SVA student will place TV screens broadcasting video art in neighborhood apartment windows.

Crown Heights »

The design is the result of months of research in the neighborhood by young artists from Groundswell.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The "Love Letter to Brooklyn" mural in Downtown Brooklyn is coming down, artist Steve Powers said.

East Harlem »

The image features presidential candidate Donald Trump wearing hair rollers.

Crown Heights »

Artist Mike Perry and local skate shop Park Delicatessen are selling the mural in pin version.

Corona »

501 (See) (Streets) beautified a wall of the Il Triangolo restaurant on Corona Avenue.

Meatpacking District »

A curated art installation is sprucing up a city-mandated construction site in the Meatpacking District.

Sunset Park »

210 Gallery will show work by AINAC, or Art Is Not A Crime, a street artist who police pursued in 2014.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Artists from the Crown Heights Youth Collective are adding new portraits to the existing mural.

Flatiron »

The graffiti-inspired works can be viewed through glass panels in each elevator car, organizers said.