Illustrator Without Raisins paired up with cloud-based interactive content creation platform Ceros to make the perfect Valentine’s Day card generator featuring the 2016 presidential candidates done in watercolor saying various relevant, offensive and hilarious things. Called “Be My Candidate,” both political parties are represented, including some candidates that have suspended their campaigns.
Here are some valentines generated by the website, with context included:
Because the federal government is targeting your doughnuts, as the Kentucky senator said in 2013.
Bernie puns are always a hit. Add in Elvis and you’ve got yourself winner.
An atheist isn’t fit to be president, Texas senator Ted Cruz said last November. The exact quote: “Any president who doesn’t begin every day on his knees isn’t fit to be commander-in-chief of this country.”
When Donald Trump said supermodel Heidi Klum was past her perfect “10” days in an interview with The New York Times, Klum responded with a sarcastic video on Twitter and hashtags like #TrumpHasSpoken and #IHadAGoodRun.
You know, those emails.
New Jersey governor Chris Christie really, really likes Bruce Springsteen.
During the fourth Democratic debate, former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley asked the moderator for 10 seconds right before the debate cut to commercial break.
Based on the title of his book, Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story.
Find your own presidential candidate-themed Valentine’s Day card on bemycandidate.com (there are a LOT more Republican candidate cards there, because there are a lot more Republican candidates).