A few years ago, the classic three-gesture selection game got a five-part update in the form of "Rock, Paper Scissors, Lizard, Spock." The geeks had a heyday (including this famous little tyke explaining the updated relationships), and then we went back to the regular old kind for all sorts of tasks: deciding who has to go pick up that one grocery store item you forgot, or winning national touraments.
Illustrator Christoph Niemann has decided to give the random-selection tradition a contemporary update, to reflect the current mire of political conversations in the US.
He says, "For generations, this children’s game has helped settle some profound conflicts. So I’ve created a few additional hand gestures that might be helpful for our representatives in Washington."
Really, they're funny. See them all at Abstract Sunday.