Graphic design crowdsourcing site, DesignCrowd, has called for those interested in politics and design to collaborate the two and imagine what politicians do when they’re at home.
Entrants that showed off their “mad photoshop skills” were in with a good chance for the top prize.
The brief stated: “We want you to photoshop politicians from around the world, but not in their usual suit and tie. We want to see them in the comfort of their own home!
“Designs that make us laugh and cast the politicians in a different light surrounded by loved ones and their favorite things (good, bad – you decide) will stand a good chance of winning.”
Check out some of the most popular designs in the gallery above.
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