Get your poster print of UCP Shenanigans. Museum-quality posters made on thick and durable matte paper. Display in your home or office – these posters are sure to inspire discussion, no matter which side of the political spectrum you sit.
- Paper thickness: 10.3 mil
- Paper weight: 5.57 oz/y² (189 g/m²)
- Giclée printing quality
- Opacity: 94%
- ISO brightness: 104%
If you like crossword puzzles and follow Alberta politics, you might like this UCP Shenanigans 2.0 crossword puzzle or, the newest addition to the UCP Shenanigans universe with this UCP Shenanigans: Scavenger Hunt multi-word puzzle!
Any one or combination of these words could be used in place of shenanigans and be completely accurate in describing the current (2021) Alberta provincial government.
2021 Shenanigans update
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This digital drawing took me about 3 months to complete. In actual truth, the drawing itself took maybe a month. Gathering the statistics and facts and references, and then trying to figure out how to make visual representations out of each and every UCP Shenanigan was a task in itself, was much more time consuming to laying it all down.
Fun facts about the “UCP Shenanigans” drawing
- Did you know: My UCP Shenanigans artwork has become the foundation for a series of Shenanigans representations. Part 2 was a crossword puzzle I created in the spring of 2021 and Part 3 was a 2-page word puzzle scavenger hunt released at the end of November 2021. Both of the latter are free PDF downloads.
- The idea for the original drawing started out as a simple line drawing concept, with a more cartoonish style – it wasn’t going to work.
- I started in the middle of the drawing with the idea that Premier Jason Kenney would/will throw Dr. Deena Hinshaw under the bus (was I wrong?)
- I wasn’t sure at first if digital (vs tactile pencil and paper) would be the better medium choice for this particular work, however, I soon discovered that I needed to move and/or resize existing content as I worked on it.
- There is a lot of fine print in this drawing. You may need to use a magnifying glass – yes, really – especially on smaller prints (8″ x 10″) to see everything clearly.
- Shenanigans are current as of July 2020, there are approximately 58 shenanigans referenced in this drawing – not ALL shenanigans (not even close), just to be clear on that.
- UPDATE December 2021: There may be a few Shenanigans portrayed in this artwork that no longer apply or have been abandoned or whose names/responsible parties have been shuffled around. Consider this work to be a snapshot in time, specifically, current up to around July of 2020.
- The UCP Shenanigans just kept/keep coming but I made a decision to stop adding to the drawing in July 2020.