Thursday's general election in the U.K. is unlike any other in decades for many reasons. The most significant is the stark choice between continued Tory austerity and something new, left-wing, and hopeful.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is very popular with the country's youth, traditionally the least reliable voters in the country. That's why this year, artists of all kinds are sharing their polling place selfies and rallying messages to get out and vote.
If you haven't voted yet, use these posts as motivation to find your polling station. If you already have, perhaps they'll move you to call up your friends who haven't yet.