Oscar was recently commissioned by the iconic New York alt-weekly The Village Voice to create a portrait of Donald Trump, for an article titled "Stop Making Sense", giving advice for writers in the current political landscape. Oscar collaborated closely with them, using Trumps' own words, curated by the Voice's editors, to create this portrait.
We hope you like this unique and timely depiction of the 45th U.S. President on the occasion of his inauguration.
To see more of Oscar's work you can click here to see his portfolio.
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