Trump, Zuckerberg and Larry David Get Graffiti Treatment in New West Bank Murals

Australian artist took to Twitter to urge his followers to give him ideas for new graffitis on West Bank wall, and the results are hysterical

 A man takes pictures of a mural on the Israeli wall depicting actor Morgan Freeman accompanied by a quote by Nelson Mandela in the West Bank city of Bethlehem, October 16, 2017.
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An Australian graffiti artists has plastered the West Bank separation barrier with images of Donald Trump, Mark Zuckerberg, Hillary Clinton and Larry David, to name a few, and juxtaposed them with outlandish quotes as part of a new and original attempt to crowdsource his work.

"This place would be a fantastic place to come if Jews were cheating on their wives' - Bernie Sanders" says LUSHSUX's image of Larry David, who played Sanders on SNL.

The joke, much like all the other images in the project, was born after he asked his Twitter followers what he should write alongside the graffiti for the Curb Your Enthusiasm star.

In another, an image of Morgan Freeman was supplemented with a quote about Palestinians by Nelson Mandela.

 A man takes pictures of a mural on the Israeli wall depicting actor Morgan Freeman accompanied by a quote by Nelson Mandela in the West Bank city of Bethlehem, October 16, 2017.
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There were also political ones, with Trump appearing next to a graffiti of Hillary Clinton. Clinton askes "what happened?" to which Trump's cartoon responds: "I happened."

In a poignant jab at the viral takedown of Trump by rapper Eminem, Trump can be seen sending the hip hop artist a letter worded along the lines of his hit song Stan about an overzealous and unstable fan.

 A man walks past a new piece of graffiti depicting US President Donald Trump on the controversial Israeli separation barrier separating the West Bank town of Bethlehem from Jerusalem on October 15, 2017.
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Mark Zuckerberg was also taken down in the graffiti, with the LUSHSUX calling him the founder of Myspace, a rival social media platform from Facebook's early days.

There were even two Rick and Morty graffiti, including one in which mad scientist Rick boasts about turning himself into a pickle.