When the fourth plinth sculpture by Hans Haacke was unveiled, Johnson managed to get in a not-so-subtle dig at George Osborne while also wilfully misinterpreting the clear anti-austerity conceit of the piece - all of which you can read about here. As always, he did this using a bit of his patented verbal pomposity. It made me think about how he'd manage to completely overlook the political spirit of other works of art.
Wasn't overly successful with Johnson's likeness here - some panels work better than others. I struggled to consistently capture him. I think this was largely down to applying half-measures to the simplicity of the drawing - I should have committed to a much simpler design. Next time!