'No Trump Anytime' sign pops up in front of Howard Theatre

- At first glance, it looks like a standard parking sign. But this particular one isn’t explaining to drivers where they can and cannot park. Instead, this sign simply just indicates its displeasure over Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.

A “No Trump Anytime” sign was seen posted underneath "No Parking" and "Tow Away" signs in front of the Howard Theatre in Washington D.C. on Monday. These signs have also been seen in other parts of the country.

Across the country in California, similar Trump signs have been showing up in multiple areas in Hollywood.

The person claiming responsibility for these signs is a Los Angeles-based street artist named Plastic Jesus. The artist is also behind the “No Kardashian Parking” signs that also went up in Los Angeles and controversial Academy Award public art pieces featuring a heroin-using Oscar statue.

According to the artist’s Instagram account, the signs are being placed in New York and Chicago as well.

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