Each letter illustrates diverse politics and issues in the US by depicting what it represents. For example, ‘A’ for abortion features an unborn baby and ‘G’ for guns features a trigger.
Other letters include ‘K’ for kneel, ‘F’ for free speech and 'M’ for me too.
Image from EightyOne
To promote the font, EightyOne created a montage of Trump saying the different words represented by the letters to make it appear he was singing the alphabet.
This isn't the first time New Zealand companies have capitalised on Trump's divisiveness, either. Two advertising aficionados, Scott Kelly and Ben Polkinghorne, have created Trump ice-head trays while the co-founders of Offcut have created a programme that lets people pay for trees to be planted in the name of Trump.
The font is available for free download from EightyOne’s website.
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