French graffiti artist and high-end fashion’s adversary Kidult has apparently launched a new guerrilla marketing campaign dubbed “Pax Americana” that features wheat paste posters of Donald Trump sporting a Supreme box logo tee. The vexed mug of the Republican Presidential Candidate is prominently featured much like The Smiths’s frontman Morrissey—the posters were originally shot by Terry Richardson for the renowned NYC-based menswear label earlier this year. These posters can be seen in major cities such as New York, Tokyo, and Paris with scores of Instagram users flooding the social networking site with their own images.
In addition, not long ago, the notorious street artist teased a rather unsettling clip alongside a limited edition sculpture for his upcoming show in Tokyo titled “VISUAL RAPE.” The 48-hour show will be open to the public from August 27-28. You can find the exact address below.