The political season is hitting the streets in a very literal way in Washington, D.C. and other cities around the country.
News4 reporter Tom Sherwood spotted an unusual traffic sign outside the Howard Theater on Monday. In addition to the usual "No Parking" and "Tow Away" signs, there was another at the bottom of the stack: "No Trump Anytime."
The sign prohibiting presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump from parking in the area is not an official D.C. Department of Transportation or Metropolitan Police Department sign, Sherwood said.
He said a sticker on the back bears the name of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.
"No Trump Anytime" signs have been spotted in other cities, including Los Angeles, London, Miami, New York and Chicago. They are the work of Plastic Jesus, a self-proclaimed urban creative strategist based in LA.
The artist, whose first name is Nick, told NBC Washington he made and personally installed the signs in Los Angeles and London. He said "collaborators" posted signs in other cities that he sent for prominent locations, "preferably in front of Trump buildings."
The former photojournalist, who is known for his guerrilla-style street art, did not give a reason for the sign but said he did the same for the Kardashians.
In April 2015, the artist installed "No Kardashian Parking" signs around Hollywood.