You can download, then print, and put up a series of election posters designed by leading contemporary artists including Mark Wallinger, Antony Gormley, Jeremy Deller, Richard Wentworth, Bob and Roberta Smith, Vicky Wright, Shezad Dawood, Jamie Shovlin, Clio Barnard, Liam Gillick, Ben Cain, Mike Ballard, Stephen Connolly, Pure Evil, Reluctant Hero, Stanley Dalwood and designers Apfel and Fraser Muggeridge.
The website has been designed by Haroon Mirza. In the navigation there is no option other than to go left.
You can join in the fight for visual supremacy of the streets by visiting www.makeamark.org.uk.
(via James Howard, thanks)
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