Tonight organisers of this year's Turnip Prize will be announcing the winner at a pub in Somerset.
Now in its 14th year, its billed as an antidote to the Turner Prize. The Turnip Prize takes place in The New Inn in Wedmore. It celebrates art which has been thrown together with the least amount of thought possible.
Points are awarded for: 'lack of effort', and 'alliteration or pun used in the title'.
An artist's work can be disqualified by judges if it is suspected of having involved 'too much effort'.
And the prize itself? No cash, but quite literally a turnip, mounted on a six inch nail.
Meanwhile, the Turner Prize will also be unveiled tonight. Established in 1984, the prize is awarded to British artists under 50 for an outstanding exhibition or other presentation of their work in the 12 months before April 24th.
The bookies favourite is an artist who has spent 15 years drawing an imaginary city whose residents are human excrement.