Turn Up and Vote, is the rallying cry from Marcus Walters, Rebecca Strickson, Jon Burgerman, and more

© Chris Clarke. All images courtesy of Jelly London

Marcus Walters, Rebecca Strickson, Marylou Faure, Rob Ryan and Jon Burgerman are just some of the illustrators who are encouraging young people to "turn up" and vote tomorrow.

They've each created a bespoke artwork ahead of the big Election Day, as part of a campaign by illustration agency Jelly London and non-profit Bite The Ballot.

It follows a similar push in 2017 when Jelly co-ordinated with its network and friends across the creative industries to create an artist-led campaign for the charity, simply to urge 18 to 24-year-olds to visit their local polling station.

Members of the public are taking part as well and submissions are still rolling in. "Each one is valuable if it inspires a share and in turn even one vote," says Poppy Jamieson of Jelly.

"This election could be so tight, every vote does matter – especially with so many marginals. The campaign is entirely party neutral, it's about getting the youth vote up. The call to action is to vote – it's not about aligning one way or another. This is their future and they should have a say – even if it's a spoilt ballot, it's more of a protest than not turning up."

To get involved or find out more, visit jellylondon.com.

© Marcus Walters

© Marcus Walters

© Rebecca Strickson

© Rebecca Strickson

© Ruairdhri Wright

© Ruairdhri Wright

© Jon Burgerman

© Jon Burgerman

© Hanna Melin

© Hanna Melin

© Marylou Faure

© Marylou Faure

© Ana Jaks

© Ana Jaks

© Sean Cox

© Sean Cox

© Geo Law

© Geo Law

© Alexandra Ramirezarts

© Alexandra Ramirezarts

© Marcus Walters

© Marcus Walters

© Ed Garland

© Ed Garland

© Rob Ryan

© Rob Ryan

© Molly Clement

© Molly Clement