The National Gallery of Redistricting Art™ - a successor to the PennUltimate Run - exhibits artistic interpretations of federal and state electoral districts approved by redistricting bodies per the 2010 U.S. census and in effect, subject to court action or other feats, until nationwide redistricting next occurs after the 2020 census...
The curated works of art below include those that Gallery staff invite you to discover or create and submit for display here -- subject to approval by the Independent Redistricting Art Commission. Anonymous submissions, multiple interpretations of the same district, and suggested titles are welcome. The Gallery, Commission, and pjmathison disclaim all warranties as to the accuracy, meaning, or feng shui of such information or images.
An entrance fee to the Gallery may be adopted. Meantime, yes you can support the Gallery. Funds are used to offset Gallery costs and for redistricting education purposes. The Gallery is NOT a 501(c)3 or other nonprofit -- it is a professional activity of the firm pjmathison, which endorses Fair Districts PA.
GUIDE: The below works of art are exhibited in alphabetical order by state. Atop each work is the state abbreviation, district number(s), and a title. "US" denotes a federal (congressional) district; all others are state legislative districts. Beneath each work is the artist's name and/or source of the work. An asterisk (*) after a title denotes that the district, due to court action, was later re-drawn (a temporary fix). Sorry, no bathrooms.
US AL 1: Swiss Army Knife
US AL 6: Deux Telescopes
US AZ 9: Gerry... T-Shirt(s)
A. Schweigert et al. ($25 on Etsy)
US CO 6: Purple People Eater
E. L. Hernandez - Denverite.com
US FL 5: What the Fuh...lorida?*
G. Wexler - WOKV.com
FL Senate 14: Praying Chef*
Disciple of M. Caputo (Politico) and M.E. Klas (Miami Herald)