Mock the Week: Mocks David Cameron Poster

If you get a chance (probably available in the UK til Wednesday), check out Mock the Week for last week - excellent humour re: David Cameron's new poster campaign - they got about 6 minutes of mileage out of it. The real poster is visible on 760 billboards across the UK... this was Dara's interpretation of what the poster should have said... Very scathing that it's all personality, no policies... hmmm, a certain Conservative MP…

Do David Cameron’s New Posters Work?

A great piece from the Telegraph, which I thought was a staunchly Conservative paper: "If I were David Cameron, the first thing I would do is sack my advertising agency. The new poster is an utter disaster: it’s so obviously been airbrushed and he looks like a rosy-faced cherub, not a prospective prime minister. They were bonkers to do it, and he was a fool to let them. The very act of airbrushing is a…

David Cameron: Airbrushed

David Cameron's airbrushed poster campaign has backfired - setting off an internet craze of hilarious spoof versions. On the mydavidcameron.com site jokers can adapt the "we can't go on like this" adverts to poke fun at the 15ft-high picture of the Tory leader. One shows his smoothed-over face with the words: "We can't go on like this. I'll cut my taxes, but not yours." Another replaces the picture with Harry Enfield's "Tim Nice But Dim"…

Political Cartoon Society: CAMERON IN CARICATURE

An exhibition of cartoons on the Leader of the Tory Party, David Cameron. 13 October – 24 December 2009, Political Cartoon Society This exhibition of 60 original political cartoons charts the fortunes of David Cameron since he became Leader of the Conservative Party in December 2005. Due to his upbringing and education, Cameron is often portrayed as a toff and is portrayed by Martin Rowson of the Guardian as Little Lord Fauntleroy. After Cameron called…