In the event Donald Trump didn't select an image yet for his official campaign poster, Portland, Oregon-based artist Sarah Levy recently crafted a perfect likeness with personal tools.
Levy created her painting, titled “Whatever,” with her own menstrual blood, a tampon and a paintbrush.
The artwork was a response to Trump's statements about one of the moderators from the first debate, Megyn Kelly.
Trump insinuated the nature of Kelly's questions was a result of her period, saying,
In an editorial for Socialist Worker, Levy admitted she did not believe her artistic concept was groundbreaking because it was an obvious response to Trump's behavior, especially following the #periodsarenotaninsult trend online.
Fans of “Whatever” can purchase a print on Etsy.
In the item's description, Levy wrote,
Proceeds from the sale of the painting will go to an immigrant rights organization, a cheeky reply to the Republican billionaire's stance on immigration.
Citations: Who made Donald Trump go red in the face? (SocialistWorker), An Artist Created a Portrait of Donald Trump Using Her Own Menstrual Blood (Cosmopolitan), Donald Trump's 'blood' comment about Megyn Kelly draws outrage (CNN)