A sculpture of President Donald Trump turns heads in Australia

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QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA (CNN)—A sculpture created by an Australian artist is turning heads.

The sculpture shows President Donald Trump half buried in the ground on one side and a hollowed-out bus shelter on the other side.

Artist Callum Morton calls the piece ‘Monument #23’: Helter Shelter, and the piece can be seen at the Home of the Arts in Queensland until January 25.

Morton described his piece as “part parade float, part protest,” merging “sculpture and architecture with a dose of humor.”

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