No one is above having the piss taken out of them, be it David Cameron, or Dwain Chambers. For a man who sets his ribbing sights higher still: Standard Designs.
From a London artist who firmly believes that "reading is good for you -- they said so on TV", these portraits & prints daintily take the mickey out of some of Western society's greatest intellectual figures, leaving more than a few of them looking...goofy. A breakdown of the take-downs
Portraits: These detailed inked head-shots are accompanied by michael-extracting phrases, such as "According to Jean-Paul Sartre, 'Hell is other people', which is why we don't invite him round to dinner any more", and Oscar Wilde claiming "I am indeed on Morrissey's side", with the entree presumably being fish.
"Recession Books": Apeing the iconic orange & white Penguin covers with now cash-strapped classics, these prints imagine if literature was "subject to cutbacks too", e.g., Brideshead Remortgaged, Animal Farm Closure, The Photocopy Of Dorian Grey, and Lady Chatterly's Lodger, though just because he's paying rent doesn't mean she couldn't make sweet forbidden love to him
Posters: More general targeted works include the New & Improved Alphabet (from "SUPER-A is for a more expensive apple", to "Z is for 'I have fallen asleep at work'") and The Typewriter Keys They Phased Out, which include "Gin", "More Gin", "Poppycock, Sir" and "Belgian Surprise", a key whose abandonment had half of Belgium choking back the phlegmish
On the greeting card front, there are individual typewriter keys, as well as portraits avail in five-packs like Great Writers and 20th Century Greats -- a category Dwain Chambers might find himself limited to if he's caught taking the piss out of someone else.