Italian land-artist ploughs Vladimir Putin's face into field

Italian land-artist ploughs Vladimir Putin's face into field

Italian land-artist ploughs Vladimir Putin's face into field

An Italian artist has created a huge portrait of Russian President Vladimir Putin with the help of a tractor.

The 443-foot wide Putin portrait can only be properly viewed from above due to its scale.

Don't blame Russian-speaking aliens though, this is the work of artist Dario Gambarin.

"The reason for this new work is obvious, solutions to economic and migratory problems facing the world." Gambarin's told a foreign news agency, emphasizing that he hopes the G20 summit would bring fruitful results.

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The artist used a tractor and an "innate sense of proportion" to create the giant images.

An Italian farmer has created a land portrait of the Russian President by using the tractor.

Gambarin portrayed notable politicians including Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump into his field a year ago during the United States (US) presidential elections.

The art doesn't last long though, they are removed after a few days to allow cultivation.

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