If there is a place where Donald Trump like to hang out, it's definitely on Twitter. The current President of United States expresses himself without restraint and is particularly known for his tweets sulphurous who are very regularly subject to controversy. A boon for a young artist of 27 who had the idea to create a real business from these tweets.
Sam Morrison is an advertising and a photographer based in Los Angeles who had a great idea to make money while asserting his willingness to denounce, according to his convictions, the character of Trump. In September 2017, Sam Morrison launched a baptized site President Flip Flops marketing tap dance whose particularity is to display the contradictory tweets of Donald Trump.
In short, the creative has explored the account from top to bottom Twitter of Donald Trump to find, over the years, topics on which the billionaire spoke before his mandate ... then the same subjects during his mandate. The idea is then very simple: he takes a pair of clappers, he prints a tweet of Trump on the left and another contradictory tweet to the first on the right.
Sam Morrison realized three ranges of taps that address different topics that have been tweeted byDonald Trump : the war in Syria, the Electoral College United States and the question of the origins of Barack Obama. In September 2017, Sam Morrison realized 1000 pairs of clappers he has marketed$ 30 on his website President Flip Flops. All his stock has been completely sold in one month ... And when we question the artist on his business and his report to President Trump, the answer is unequivocal:
Browse Donald Trump's 40,000 tweets and you're sure to capture many conflicting opinions. It is this hypocrisy that I thought it important to emphasize with this creative project.
At a time when the US President's interventions on Twitter leave no one indifferent, this young creative had a brilliant idea to talk about him. A project ephemeral yet it still runs the ink on the web more than a year and a half later. Only question that persists: did he have the audacity to send to Donald Trump one of his pairs of clappers?
Imagined by: Sam Morrison