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Jim Carrey's Latest Political Art
16 Jun 2018    

By Eva Araķjo (Web correspondent)

One of the things we love the most about Jim Carrey is his creativity. No matter what form it takes.

It's no secret that Jim has talent and even more that he has been investing in painting as an art form in the last 6 years, but ever since Donald Trump got elected as the President of United States of America we have also been able to see his side as an amazing cartoonist.

Jim Carrey never shied away from voicing his opinion and it's through twitter that he found the perfect outlet to share them.

In one of his latest politically charged illustration, Jim depicted North Korean leader Kim Jong Un wearing a costume missile with the words, "I starved my people to make this missile," written in bold red letters. The cartoon also shows Trump holding a microphone up to Kim's mouth, who is holding a sign that says, "Little Rocket Man." Trump has called Kim by the title in various tweets.








The most recent is from Thursday on President Trump's birthday and features what Calvin from the 'Calvin and Hobbes' comic urinating on Trump's grave which reads: "Here lies No 45; Went to hell and took the GOP with him.". And with a pun, "Oh how I urine for this all to be over!" Jim captioned his cartoon.

Calvin mischievously peeing in various scenarios has become a meme over the years.





We love his artwork so much the we wonder how many more does he need to do for someone to hire him as a cartoonist. Political opinions never looked so good.

We at JCO will keep you updated as more news come.

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