With the announcement of Beto O’Rourke’s candidacy for President, many Americans went wild with Betomania. On the day O’Rourke officially put his hat into the ring, his campaign raised a whopping $6.1 million.
Beto O’Rourke seems like he’s larger than life, and one guy took that to the next level. Artist Stan Herd created a crop circle in honor of the former Congressman’s campaign, and it really does look like him.
The giant image of O’Rourke’s face is inside a circle says “Beto 2020.”
This is literally grassroots: a crop circle of Beto's face. Whether you're for or against him (personally I'm still not clear on his policy platform), you gotta admit @BetoORourke's people know how to launch a campaign. https://t.co/C36W7lAbXD
— Juliet Barbara (@julietvbarbara) March 18, 2019
Politics aside, this is purely awesome! This guy should sell ads on his field! https://t.co/RTm8ed8cuz
— sjalaska (@sjalaska) March 19, 2019
“We’re trying to tell the story of this amazing man from Texas who’s making a difference in the national climate,” says artist Stan Herd, who created the piece using rock, gravel, mulch, and pecan shells.