Japan artist says latest sticker graffiti aimed at Trump

A sticker art depicting U.S. President Donald Trump made by Japanese graffiti artist 281 Antinuke is seen at a busy crossing in Tokyo's Shibuya shopping and entertainment districtBy Teppei Kasai TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese graffiti artist "281 Antinuke" says his latest street art – politically-charged stickers plastered around central Tokyo – takes aim at U.S. President Donald Trump. Amid the bustling night life of Shibuya, a major shopping and entertainment hub in Tokyo, the artist pastes stickers dealing with social issues to lamp posts and walls to attract the attention of passersby. The stickers show a figure resembling the U.S. president standing between figures in white capes, which symbolize members of the white supremacist group Ku Klux Klan, the artist told Reuters Television in a recent interview.

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