While President Trump is not really known for his fine arts skills, a collection of hundreds of Trump’s tweets have been turned into a cloth-bound book of poetry printed by PRC Book Printing of Hatboro, writes Elise Herron for the Willamette Week.
“Collected Poems of Donald J. Trump” is a 373-page hardcover book made by Gregory Woodman, founder of Weller Creative ad agency, and his business partner Ian Pratt.
It is bound in green cloth etched with gold lettering and looks like a relic of a bygone era.
“We really wanted it to feel material-wise as if it could have been published [in the ’40s through ’60s],” said Woodman, “because we wanted it to hold up.”
The pair scoured TrumpTwitterArchive.com for every public Trump tweet and then arranged them into appropriate categories, such as “Loathings,” “Free Verse,” and “Introspective Musings.”
The “Amores” chapter, for example, contains nine poems that are odes to NFL quarterback Tom Brady.
The goal was, “to turn the thing that has been weaponized into something beautiful,” said Goodman.
The book sells for $35 and already sold around 450 copies.
Read more about the book at the Willamette Week by clicking here.