<body> Public Ad Campaign: Philly Artist Joe Boruchow Calls Out Trump, Rizzo With Latest Work
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Saturday, July 23, 2016

Philly Artist Joe Boruchow Calls Out Trump, Rizzo With Latest Work

VIA: Philadelphia Magazine
Well-known Philly artist Joe Boruchow has recently added three new works to his portfolio — and to the streets of Philly. Each are rendered in Boruchow’s signature black-and-white paper cutouts, cut from a single sheet of black paper and wheat pasted to platforms around the city. The latest designs mock Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, and protest the statue erected in honor of 1970’s Philadelphia mayor Frank Rizzo in front of the Municipal Services Building. Read more [HERE]

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