To protest President Donald Trump’s policies, many people who have hit the streets near Chicago’s Trump Tower. An artist, Jim Bachor also stroked the roadway but with the help of marble and glass. Jim Bachor is a mosaic artist, known for creating mosaics to fill city potholes. Before some days, installed his first political piece since he began creating pothole art in 2013. He created a piece, nearer to the north of Trump Tower on the west side of Wabash Avenue, shows a Russian flag of white, blue and red stripes covered with the word “LIAR”. Jim Bachor said,” The piece is outlined in gold to symbolize Trump’s penchant for opulence”.
The piece is created by Jim Bachor in his studio at the time when Trump was confirmed into office in January. He didn’t install the piece until Saturday because his pothole-filling process requires at least 60-degree temperatures in a row for the art and concrete to set for a few days. The installation of the piece came over reports that President revealed highly classified information to Russian diplomats at a White House meeting. The piece stated Bachor’s attempt to make a political statement as well as a sign of protest that finally can explain to his 11-year-old twin sons. Bachor said, “I wanted to have an answer for them when they get older (when they asked) if I did anything to protest those dark Trump months when he was in office”. Further, He added, “I didn’t want to look back and say, ‘Geez, I just sat on my hands and didn’t do anything”. Jim Bachor said, “he has a couple of other Trump-related pothole art pieces”. He added, “The Liar piece was not a part of his modern Kickstarter campaign”. Jim Bachor plans to continue his upbeat and fun pop art as he done in the past.