A 65-foot-mural of a baby has been put up over the U.S. Mexico border, so that the young child is looking down over the wall into the United States. The cut-out's placement is on the border near Tecate, Mexico, and depicts a one-year-old who lives in the town.
French artist "JR" created and put up the work, which will stay up for a month as the debate over immigration rages on in America. "As an artist, I try to bring back perspective,"
JR told the New York Times. "For this little kid, there are no walls and borders."
He added, "The artwork comes at a time when dialogue surrounding immigration is fierce: Trump intends to pull the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program, and his administration has accepted more proposals for building the 2,000 mile-long border wall."