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Texas illustrator uses Trump’s chin to tell the story of ‘President Frog’

Mike Mitchell has painted a bright green, yellow-eyed frog on photos of Trump’s face in a series of drawings that narrate the amphibian’s rise to power after appearing on the US President’s face.

world Updated: May 06, 2017 19:41 IST
Kartikeya Ramanathan
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Mitchell began tweeting the story of President Frog on May 2(via Twitter)

An artist from Austin, Texas, has used images of Donald Trump’s chin to tell the fictional tale of ‘President Frog’.

Mike Mitchell has painted the eponymous frog on photos of Trump’s face in a series of drawings that narrates the amphibian’s rise to power after appearing on the US President’s face.

Mitchell began tweeting the story of President Frog on May 2. The first post read: “ BREAKING: Trump Introduces us to His Newest Cabinet Member, a Frog Painted on His Face.” The tweet was accompanied by three photos of Trump with the bright green, yellow-eyed frog on his chin.

Subsequent posts show President Frog on the cover of TIME Magazine as Being of the Year, a promise to “protect the swamp, I have family there”, and what the amphibian calls #Frogcare.

“It seems like a joke, but how far are we from Trump walking out with a frog painted on his face that later becomes his dominant personality?” Mitchell tweeted.

“Also, I very quickly realized I preferred a frog painted on a face over Trump to lead our country. That’s where we are,” he wrote.

This is the story of President Frog so far.