A massive billboard in Los Angeles has been installed in honor of Donald Trump, who spent the weekend at the White House.
The billboard, located near a popular intersection, reads, “Welcome to LA, where the Donald Trump Show is still alive.”
The billboard, called The Trump Center, was installed in conjunction with the L.A. Arts Commission, which will host a series of events throughout the summer to celebrate the life of the presumptive GOP nominee.
The billboard was erected to mark the 100th anniversary of the inauguration of President Abraham Lincoln.
The mural features a man in a white shirt, wearing a white hat, sitting in a chair.
The man has his arm wrapped around the President, who is standing next to him.
“It was designed by a guy who has always been fascinated with the power of the artist to communicate and to speak to us,” the commission’s chief executive officer, Michael Egan, said in a statement.
“I think this is a wonderful example of that.”
The installation is part of a campaign to celebrate Trump’s legacy, which includes an ongoing effort to make Trump’s portrait of himself the national anthem.