The winner of the spoof Turnip Prize has been announced at a pub in Somerset.
The competition is billed as an antidote to the prestigious Turner Prize which is announced the same night.
While the Turner Prize is sometimes controversial in its choice of winners (notably Tracy Emin and her bed), it is nothing to compare with the Turnip Prize, where the judges reward the lack of effort taken by the artists.
There were 69 entries in the competition and it seems this year's finalists for the much sought after turnip on a nail have taken the rule to heart.
In the end the judges went for possible the most topical entry - a tribute to the newest party in parliament - UKIP.
It was awarded to Ms Drunken Shepherd for her work entitled “Ewe Kip” (A Sleeping Sheep). See what she did there?
The winner of this year's spoof awards, the Turnip Prize, has been announced.
Percy Long-Trong took the prize for his work, "Play on Words."
The Somerset-based spoof celebration of rubbish art is now in its 15th year.
A 30-year-old woman from Somerset has won this year's Turnip Prize. Miss quick won the award for her work entitled “The Three Tenas” (A pack of Ladies Tenas with three sticking out of the top). The ceremony was held at The New Inn, Wedmore, Somerset.
The annual Turnip Prize awards will be held at Wedmore in Somerset tonight. The ceremony celebrates bad art made with little amount of effort. It's billed as the antidote to the Turner Prize.