A mystery graffiti artist has been spraying images of Donald Trump dressed as Captain America on buildings across Somerset.
The artwork shows the President of the USA’s face superimposed onto the chiselled body of the Marvel hero.
It has been popping up across the sleepy county as locals are baffled over the odd art .
It has been spotted in locations including the Post Office in Portishead, Meadow Street in Weston-super-Mare and at Bristol Temple Meads.
There are supposedly five more in the North Somerset area, reports Somerset Live .
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Somerset Live has confirmed the graffiti to be the work of D-NEK who describes himself as a “local lad trying to bring a smile to people’s faces with his own brand of oddball street art.”
Speaking of his Donald Trump work, he said: “It’s not pro or anti-Trump it’s whatever you see it as.”
The artwork came on the same day Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th President by Chief Justice John Roberts.
This is not the first artwork by D-Nek, who lives in North Somerset. He was also responsible for an artwork of a crouching soldier which appeared around Somerset last year.
The painting, of a serviceman called George leaning against a wall in full kit holding a rifle, was spray painted on the wall of a house in Banwell – just yards away from the village war memorial.
A similar painting also appeared on the wall by a taxi company in The Centre in Weston-super-Mare and another in Burnham-on-Sea.
D-Nek created the piece in tribute to the UK’s armed forces.
His tag is featured on the belt Donald Trump is wearing in the artwork.