Jim Carrey has been using the figures in President Donald Trump‘s orbit as his muses for his paintings – his newest creation came from the president’s lawyer on trial Michael Cohen.

In recent months, no one in connection to Trump has been safe from Carrey’s interpretive portraits, from Paul Ryan to Sean Spicer.  But in light of his federal investigation, Carrey has created two paintings of Cohen.

 

The text surrounding the face refers back to when Cohen once threatened the media.

“I’m warning you, tread very f–king lightly, because what I’m going to do to you is going to be f–king disgusting,” he told The Daily Beast. “You understand me?”

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Carrey also shared another portrait he made of Cohen, with the caption “Is there a short bus to take ‘all the best people’ to prison?”

 

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In addition, Carrey also created a piece in style of Sean Hannity, following the discovery that he was Cohen’s third anonymous client. Cohen was forced to reveal as a client amid efforts to convince a judge not to let the FBI examine certain documents searched during the raid. Carrey wrote in his caption, “some endangered species aren’t worth saving.”