Poster Girls and Boys
Spending more time on their posters than their policies.
Everyone loves a good poster. Here the SRO candidates apply their Art Attack skills to everyday life.
We are the Mods, we are the Mods, we are we are we are the Mods. Sorry rockers.
Match your campaign to your hair colour, fool proof.
The green letters spell “vote” backwards, in case you didn’t notice, it is a bit of a tenuous link.
Up the contrast! Fuck colour!
It’s like Bond meets F1, breaking down those preconceived gender perceptions.
Why do students pick blue for their campaigning colour? Regardless, the punny motto gets a massive thumbs up.
Leigh-Angel looks like a lot of fun! Look at how much fun she’s having! Vote party!
This is last year’s poster, they’re using it again. Vote 2012.
You won’t miss the orange t-shirts in the SJ, just asking to be attacked with a biro to add a ‘tash to their faces.
Are you looking to a right wing future there, Pete? Apathy’s the key.
In the same vein as last year’s (it worked, after all), but updated for 2013. The monochrome helps save on printing costs.
If you can work your name into a pun, do it. And Bee has.