Labour's election sign gets Photoshop treatment

Someone decided Labour's 'fresh approach' slogan could be suited to a Countdown supermarket advert.
Someone decided Labour's 'fresh approach' slogan could be suited to a Countdown supermarket advert. Photo credit: Facebook/ NZ swing voters against dogmatic party affiliated memes

The Labour party's 'fresh approach' billboard has been roasted by a political meme page and transformed it into a Countdown advertisement.

The spoof version of the ad has Labour leader Andrew Little wearing a Countdown cap and Deputy leader Jacinda Ardern holding a food hamper.

It was posted by the popular meme page 'NZ swing voters against dogmatic party affiliated memes', an apparently non-partisan page.

Labour's election sign gets Photoshop treatment
Photo credit: Facebook/ NZ swing voters against dogmatic party affiliated memes

Over the weekend, the National party was given the same treatment, its election billboard was transformed into a Dominos ad.

Prime Minister Bill English was dressed in a Dominos uniform and nametag alongside the National party slogan 'delivering for New Zealanders'.

Nathaniel Watson's Photoshopped National Party hoarding.
Nathaniel Watson's Photoshopped National Party hoarding. Photo credit: Nathaniel Watson/Supplied

It appears the slogans for both of parties lend themselves to satire, likely because they're not particularly original - as one Twitter user pointed out.

Here's a similarly inspiring billboard for United Future's Peter Dunne:

Here's a billboard for the Green party, who are rolling out the slogan 'great together':

It remains to be seen which other parties will see their political advertisements transformed.

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