An Italian farmer has created a land portrait of the Russian President by using the tractor. The 135-meter-wide Vladimir Putin only can be properly viewed from above due to its scale.
Vladimir Putin, a Russian leader, inspired an Italian farmer to create the unusual portrait: Dario Gambarint just transformed a field near Verona into a giant portrait of Russian President. That is the gift from farmer ahead of this week’s G20, the portrait is situated so far in a field in Castagnaro, in Verona vicinity.
The portrait is 135-meter-wide, so people are able to see it properly from above due to its large scale. The GIF picture below demonstrates the scale of farmer’s devotion and respect to the Russian leader.
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The artist says he does not measure fields before he starts driving but creates his giant images with a good eye and tractor skills. Gambarin limits his creations to the brief period between the harvest of one crop and the planting of the next, meaning Putin’s portrait will be cut down after a few days.
Gambarin previously used his tractor to etch a giant portrait of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump into the fields last year. The Trump portrait was accompanied by the funny message ‘Ciao.’