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The first was sculpting the original, 700-pound model in specialty clay using a 6-foot-2 “hired model with similar proportions” to Trump.After the prototype was complete, Monroe made a giant silicone mold so that he could create identical replicas.
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”The photo shoot was to be included as part of the Detroit Nude-Thomas Ulch Photography project.
Detroit Nude “is a photography project involving nudes in both public and private spaces around the city of Detroit,” according to the website.
Ulch said he approached Russell Industrial Center management about doing the photo shoot fundraiser as the building faces code violations.
He said he’s previously leased space there and plans to again.“I think it fills the role in the city that no one else fills,” he said.
Photographer Thomas Ulch said he learned Tuesday afternoon from Russell Industrial Center management that the shoot scheduled for Saturday would not take place.
The cancellation comes after some tenants complained of not wanting to have their businesses associated with a nude photo shoot.“I wanted to raise a couple hundred bucks and bring some positivity to the issue,” Ulch said. It seemed that other folks had different interpretations.”Men and women had been invited to the “Save the Russell, Detroit Nude shoot! Saturday at the site on Clay Street, according to a Facebook page.
Monroe was quick to claim that he had “no intent to fat-shame” Trump because he’s “not a skinny guy myself,” but thinks that there would have been “a lot worse reaction” to a similar statue of the Democratic Party’s nominee.“If it were a statue of Hillary everyone would be crying sexism and misogyny.
[The piece] was readily accepted because he is a man and one who is quick to body-shame,” Monroe told The Daily Beast.
After working for close to five years to get the project going and pulling all-nighters in the weeks leading up to the grand opening, Monroe said that he “parted ways with the owner and management” after finding out they had merely “bought Roth’s name.”The undertaking began in April and required over 1,500 hours of work over the course of four months.