Illma Gore, the San Francisco-raised artist who caused a stir earlier this year with her portrait of Donald Trump with a "micro penis," is featured in a video on the comedy website Funny Or Die released Wednesday.
In the video, titled "How to Draw Trump's Penis," Gore spoofs the creation of her infamous painting of the presumptive Republican presidential nominee that resulted in a firestorm of controversy after she posted it to Facebook in early February. Though the painting was shared over 260,000 times in less than a month, it also led to Gore being banned from Facebook and eBay, as well as daily death threats from Trump supporters.
The backlash reached its peak near the end of April of this year when Gore says she was randomly punched in the face by a man who identified himself as a Trump supporter before driving off.
Though the attack was far from funny, Gore decided to come back at her critics this week with her hilarious video, which you can watch below (WARNING: Video contains images not appropriate for children):
Though Gore and her Trump portrait have received a lot of attention, he's not the only presumptive presidential nominee to be portrayed naked in painting: artist Sarah Cole has drawn attention for her portrayal of Hillary Clinton naked, holding a wine bottle. But in Cole's case, she actually considers herself a fan of Clinton.