This week we launched our hunt for the best roadside election poster ahead of the ACT poll in October and here are a couple more contenders.
Independent candidate for Ginninderra, Vijay Dubey, was nominated for his bright pink poster by a punter who was also intrigued by the red dot on his nose. Yes, it's meant to be there.
"My designer said, 'Good or bad Vijay, people are going to ask you about the red dot'," Vijay said.
"If I talk to 100 people, 99 will ask about the red dot. Maybe I need to pay my designer more money."
John Crater, who nominated Vijay said, " He seems to be a good bloke. At least he is approachable and willing to listen and help.
"Personally, I am done with these big parties and their EGOs... tram crap."
And also seeking to cut through the noise of a political campaign is Labor candidate for Murrumbidgee, Mark Kulasingham.
A friend in advertising in Malaysia did his caricature with the words "Bold. Bald."
"It's good to see a candidate who doesn't take themselves too seriously and whose sense of humour extends to his posters," his nominee said.
Now a public servant, Mark used to work in advertising so understands the need to stand out - and humour is just one way.
"I say we have a Hyperdome, now we need a chrome dome," he said.
Keep those nominations coming.