An Italian land artist has converted a plot of land in northern Italy into a portrait of the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Dario Gambarin used a tractor to draw Kim’s face into the 20-thousand-square metre field in Castagnaro, a small town near Verona.
The piece of art is complete with two missiles above Kim’s head and a caption underneath reading “danger.”
The Italian land artist has in the past portrayed other famous leaders, including US President Donald Trump and his rival in the 2016 presidential election Hillary Clinton, South African leader Nelson Mandela, former US president Barack Obama and Pope Francis.
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