Passengers passing through the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport in Texas this week were able to discover a crop circles type artwork depicting presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke.
Less than a week after announcing his bid for the 2020 presidency, O'Rourke, a former Texas representative, was honored to create this two-acre crop.
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The artist, Stan Herd, used the soil, grass and rock to dress his canvas "Beto 2020" from an East Austin ranch, reported Fox 7. He has already made portraits of Democratic candidates in analogous countries. Notable among them: that of Barack Obama in 2008.
Herd, a Kansas-based artist, has been creating earthworks for over 40 years.
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