The 70th Edinburgh Festival Fringe officially starts on Friday. We're now in the process of browsing our listings to work out what we're going to see. These pictures particularly caught our attention.
Adrienne Truscott won the 2013 Panel Prize for performing a show about rape, whilst wearing not a lot. Her new programme image suggests she is pushing boundaries again this year.
We still haven't quite recovered from watching Brice's surreal video sketch How to break the ice at parties, so seeing his face in extreme close-up in the programme has given our therapist a lot of work this week.
It's not the most subtle of Photoshop jobs, but we can't stop starring at this picture of Gary Sansome. If you're reading this Gary, look out for us in the front row! We'll try not to wolf whistle too often.
Ben Target is known for producing eye-catching posters. One year he didn't even bother to put his show details on his advert. He's come up with another interesting image for this year's show, a show which he says promises "Gentle comedy. Mellow drama. Balmy ballgames."
No, your computer screen hasn't broken. That is an image there. It's surprisingly effective given it's nothing, but it is entirely fitting an image choice for this show given it sees performers trying out new ideas.
Former casino industry worker Matthew Harrison has come up with quite a title for his show this year. The image is equally eyebrow raising.
Does the banana working for this up-and-coming comedian showcase show know the aubergine from Harrison's show above? We hope so. It looks like they'd get on great.
Jenny Bede's colourful image is eye-catching to start with, but when you notice the expression on the baby's face, it gets even better.
Former model turned "aspiring model" Joe Sutherland is coming up to Edinburgh looking to catch his big break. Good start Joe... it's a great picture.
Cheer up John-Luke Roberts!
Up-and-coming Australian comedian Lauren Bok must have spent quite a while laying out all the food featured in her image.
Er... goodness. Leeds Tealights, what have you done to our eyes?
In case you haven't worked it out yet, we are attracted to bright colours. This is a stylish design that manages to stand out really well.
Pete Johansson has managed to include a good joke in his photo, and for that we applaud him.
This silly panel show has been using this image for a few years now, but given it's a really decent bit of tricky cross-stitch on display there we are very happy to highlight it again.
We love Tim Vine - even his image manages to make us giggle. We're looking forward to heading along to his show to hear all his milk-based puns.
Right, that'll do. There's loads more good images in the programme. Browse the listings