Hillary Clinton is tattooed and mostly naked in Hollywood.
About 20 posters featuring an unflattering image of the Democratic nominee for president were hung Monday morning in the area by Sabo, a conservative street artist known for creating fake ads and traffic signs and affixing them illegally to bus stops and light poles in the dead of night.
His latest work is largely an anti-abortion statement, though it touches on feminism and alleged scandals involving the Clinton Foundation. And, with the number "6-6-6" tattooed around her neck, the rendering insinuates she may be Satan, or at least a devil worshipper.
An image of Saul Alinsky, the writer of Rules for Radicals who was allegedly a mentor of Clinton's, is tattooed on one arm and $100 bills are on the other. There's also a skeletal fetus about to be cut by scissors, a wire hanger, a vulture and the slogan "no bras, no masters." (See the images below; the black bars were added by The Hollywood Reporter.)
"First Female Potus: Above The Law & Out Of Touch," reads the poster. There's a "#45" indicating she's poised to become the 45th U.S. president if she beats GOP challenger Donald Trump, and her name on the poster is "Hillary Rotten Clinton."
At Sabo's website the artist explains his latest work: "This woman is a Saul Alinsky trained Beast who has zero regard for the unborn and the law. She's all about the Benjamins, GRRRL POWER, and death. What's she holding behind her back, a knife, a gun, the head of Bernie Sanders?"
Sabo created a similar piece featuring a tattooed Ted Cruz with a cigarette hanging from his mouth about a year ago, though that poster, also surreptitiously hung in spots around Los Angeles, was meant to compliment the U.S. senator from Texas.
Sabo also created a poster that hung recently on Sunset Boulevard that featured Leonardo DiCaprio and Clinton in a money-laundering machine.
The artist also hung several fake posters advertising the movie Birth of a Nation with the question "Rapist?" underneath an image of writer-star-director Nate Parker, who was acquitted of sexual assault in 2001.
Outside the Broad Museum in Los Angeles (photo courtesy of Sabo).
Los Angeles City Hall (photo courtesy of Sabo).
Los Angeles Convention Center (photo courtesy of Sabo).
Near the Hard Rock on Hollywood Boulevard (photo courtesy of Sabo).
An image of Muhammad Ali looms in the background (photo courtesy of Sabo).