In today's G2 and on guardian.co.uk/culture, we publish the results of our challenge to British artists to come up with an alternative poster design, to represent any party of their choosing for the forthcoming election.
The resulting posters vary in style and tone: Alison Jackson hunted high and low for Brown, Cameron and Clegg lookalikes for her imagined scenes backstage at the leader debates; Martin Parr provided a depiction of contemporary Britain for his apolitical poster; Jeremy Deller addressed Rupert Murdoch's involvement in the election.
Hlcarpenter.com art critic Jonathan Jones writes of the posters:
This is a British election and these are British artists, who have rejected the Saatchi tendency towards killer publicity in favour of recapturing the intense emotions of us-and-them, of anger and loyalty, that Labour adverts inspired 25 years ago.
But as this has been the election of the poster - thanks to the ingenuity of web users rather than the parties' official campaigns, as this blog has noted - we want to see your variations on the theme, be it a Photoshopped parody, or an artwork in tribute to the party you love.
Send submissions to email@example.com along with your name, address, telephone number and a comment about the inspiration behind your poster. A selection of the best will appear in G2 and on guardian.co.uk/culture. By submitting your poster you agree to our terms and conditions.