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The Liberal Democrats produced this poster for their 2015 General Election campaign. The poster includes Nick Clegg's face, just to remind you who he is, and also a yellow background, typical of Liberal Democrat colour schemes.
The message of the poster is that the Liberal Democrats are good at breaking two things. One of them is the barrier between constituents and their MP. The Lib Dem MPs are always warm and friendly and look out for their community. In fact Liberal Democrats were always rushing around doing errands for their electorate and sometimes breaking the speed limit while doing so. The second one of these is promises. The Liberal Democrats broke promises off the promise-making tree like there's no tomorrow.
Traditionally the Lib Dems appealed to intellectuals and students. However, to increase their voting base, they included the words "it doesn't take a genius to work out our campaign slogan" in order to attract more stupid members of the population.
For. This poster reminds me of my favourite line of the entire election. Nick Clegg sat on a train before the count saying "I think everyone will be surprised by us, I think we will be the talk of the election".... He wasn't wrong. --EStop (talk) 20:09, May 10, 2015 (UTC)
UKIP's 2015 General Election campaign poster features the White Cliffs of Dover, Brunel's ingenious engineering masterpiece that prevents low-flying transport planes full of immigrants from ever landing on British soil. UKIP dispensed with most of the words on their poster for greater appeal to Britain's illiterate voters.
The message of the UKIP poster is clear — The beautiful English landscape is a suitable deterrent to prevent people escaping countries stricken with poverty, war and disease from coming to the British Isles. The poster also shows the great triumph of the British construction industry, which recently had become infiltrated by Eastern Europeans who get away without working because of the EU's Health and Safety Political Correctness Nonsense Laws.
The Green Party 2015 General Election campaign poster was funded through busking and a sponsored expedition up Kilimanjaro. It was constructed from 100% recyclable materials such as paper, wood, and members' blood mixed with white eco-friendly ink for the writing. They adhered to the concept of "a thousand words writes a picture" and wasted no valuable resources producing images on Photoshop.
Their anti-austerity message in their poster separated them distinctly from Labour. After all, Labour had never been in a council coalition with the Conservatives. They made it explicitly clear that where they fail to deliver environmental policies they would deliver anti-austerity policies and where they fail to deliver anti-austerity policies they would deliver environmental ones. Sometimes they would even fail to deliver both.
Summary by the artist who created the second, third, and fourth image: "Five versions of Pedobear. By Clifford Berryman circa 1903 (true), Walt Disney in 1928 (sort of true), Otto Messmer in 1954 (sort of true), Hanna-Barbera in 1975 (sort of true), and Kuma Chan in 2009 (sort of true).
Actually, the 1903 and 2009 version are as drawn, except the 1903 version is reversed and it's not Pedobear, it's from the cartoon where President Theodore Roosevelt rescues a bear, and the 2009 image was probably drawn before 2009 and Kuma Chan is the bear. The 1928 is actually a variation on Mickey Mouse that was drawn by Walt Disney in that year, the 1954 is a variation of Felix the Cat drawn by Messmer in 1975 but imitating the earlier style, and the 1975 is a variation on the Hanna-Barbera character of Yogi Bear that may have been drawn earlier. The 2009 version is as drawn probably a few years before 2009." DAP Dame Pleb Com. Miley Spears (talk) 06:31, April 7, 2015 (UTC)
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For. Showing the evolution of one character to another while mixing in Mickey Mouse, Felix the Cat, and Yogi Bear. DAP Dame Pleb Com. Miley Spears (talk) 06:31, April 7, 2015 (UTC)
Yes. Why specifically made this for my uncyclopedia article Pedobear. :) The bear on the far left and right are not his, but the three in the middle are. He looked at images of Mickey, Felix, and Yogi and created new images based on them to make it look like the evolution of Pedobear. DAP Dame Pleb Com. Miley Spears (talk) 21:09, April 7, 2015 (UTC)
A cartoon resembling the famous 'Labour Isn't Working' Saatchi brothers' poster, drawn and photographed by me. Making fun of how Charles Saatchi manipulated court and public opinion when he was divorcing his wife Nigella Lawson--similar to how his negative propaganda for the Tories works/worked.
I am nominating my own image here: a cartoon I drew (perhaps a little less sophisticated than all the fancy computer-photoshop stuff--Everyotherusernamewastaken (talk) 20:14, May 31, 2014 (UTC)
After the explanation, I see the joke very well and find it funny. I am afraid that many others won't understand, so I think it needs an explanation in the caption, which will be displayed on the main page if the image is featured, and a funny one, if possible. But I still like it. Anton (talk) 15:47, June 22, 2014 (UTC)
Even though in the 20th century activists managed to abolish the price-based segregation, the cases of discrimination against cheap furniture are still frequent, and the consequences are harmful for both the victims and the offenders.