The five main UK party leaders have been transformed into portraits made from opinions of them shared on social media site Twitter.

Annemarie Wright hand-wrote the pictures of David Cameron, Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg, Nigel Farage and Natalie Bennett after collecting people's views on the politicians. "They range from vaguely complimentary to absolute condemnation," she said.

David Cameron
David Cameron Annemarie Wright and Woolff Gallery, London

Wright set up an account for each subject with the acronym WDYTO (What Do You Think Of) and followed relevant hashtags from November 2014 to February 2015.

Portraits of Margaret Thatcher and Winston Churchill composed from some of their most famous, or infamous, speeches, will also be on display alongside pop-stars and celebrities.

Ed Miliband
Ed Miliband Annemarie Wright and Woolff Gallery, London

"We live in a world made smaller by social media. Everybody has an opinion to be shared, an online footprint that will last forever; the urge to go viral. 'What do you think of?' is my attempt to capture this, to take a snapshot of the thoughts and opinions of the www generation, Wright added.

Nigel Farage
Nigel Farage Annemarie Wright and Woolff Gallery, London

The exhibition will be on show to the public at Woolff Gallery in London, with just a week before the general election on 30 April until 15 May.

UK party leaders
The party leaders Annemarie Wright and Woolff Gallery, London