In the town of Tecate, Mexico, French artist JR installed a stunning 70-foot image of a little boy peering over the US/Mexico border.
The image was pasted on Wednesday, coincidentally one day after the Trump administration rescinded DACA — a program that shielded 800,000 undocumented immigrants, who came to the US as children, from deportation.
"I wonder, is this kid worrying about what will happen? What does he think," JR told The New York Times. “At one year old, you don’t see the frontier or which side is better.”
"For this little kid, there are no walls and borders.”
According to Huffington Post, the art piece is a continuation of the 2013 project InsideOut 11M, which he helped start, that aimed to create "a portrait of America that includes immigrants and the descendants of immigrants alike.”