A day at Dunkirk refugee camp for the graphic novel Threads.

"The worst refugee camp in the world" Here's some art that I've worked up, potentially for the Dunkirk refugee camp ...
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#ChickenCoup. The Eagle has landed!

#ChickenCoup This cartoon is a reaction to the news that Angela Eagle launched a leadership bid against Jeremy Corbyn. I ...
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Read the sample: ‘Threads from the Refugee Crisis’

More threads from the refugee crisis. I have some additional material from Calais that I'm planning to incorporate into a ...
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Children of Calais.

I can draw pictures. That's something I can do. I could sort clothes in the L'Auberge du Migrants warehouse, or ...
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Hot Flush

The heat rises ...
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Iowa Caucus

The US presidential nomination soap opera is more compelling than usual ...
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Merry Christmas and all that.

Massive <3 to John McDonnell for defending his Who's Who entry ("hobbies: fermenting world revolution") on the Today programme. "Oh ...
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21st Century Cop Out

A comic history of the COP climate negotiations. "I laughed so much I nearly choked." – Susan, Indonesia. This cartoon ...
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Not bad for a Sunday morning scribble.

I spent last Sunday morning drawing Jeremy Corbyn in coloured pencils (because it's quicker than ink). I stuck it up ...
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Threads. The Calais cartoon.

Eight hundred and fifty thousand people fled for their lives to Europe last year. (At least three thousand four hundred and ...
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#piggate

Some things are way too obvious for a cartoon. Instead, here's a picture inspired by the Today programme's complete inability ...
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#budget2015

Today, in a country which is becoming rapidly more unequal, and where rising numbers of people are reliant on food ...
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Welfare Queen

A cartoon to commemorate the christening of the laverly Princess Charlotte Gawd-Bless-er-Little-Cotton-Socks ...
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‘Partners too’ – illustrations from the partner’s perspective

The partner's experience is usually overlooked when women miscarry. The Miscarriage Association sought to rectify that, and commissioned these illustrations ...
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‘Teens too’ – illustrations on teenage miscarriage

Another commission from the Miscarriage Association, this time tackling the stigma, judgement, assumptions and isolation that younger women suffer when ...
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Birth: How monkey mama does it

A chapter from Bump The Monkey Mama chapter of  Bump, how to make, grow and birth a baby will tell ...
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NHS plc

They privatised the NHS. Did anyone notice yet? You can buy a printable poster version of this cartoon here ...
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Let’s play Welfare Reform!

What lucky prize will you win? Higher childcare costs? Housing benefit caps? Payday loans? Workfare? Scum on down! Let's play ...
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The Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill

It's here. It's scary. My latest cartoon for The Spark magazine says it all ...
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Fracking hell…

Imagine if our climate was destabilised by greenhouse gas emissions and severe weather events erupted all over the world, trashing ...
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Thatcherism

I don't remember this happening before. When a UK politician dies, I don't remember them being elevated to the status ...
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In Memoriam (Thatcherism part II)

Yesterday was great. I was up, on my computer, and had compiled (well, recycled) a topical cartoon blog post by ...
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The Lego cartoon.

It all starts with hoovering. Bloody hoovering. Where will it end? ...
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Fifty Shades of Grey

From the non-summer of 2012: ...
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This is actually, all my fault.

I get slapped awake every weekday morning by the Today programme outlining some latest Government outrage. And what I find hardest ...
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Carbon Supermarket

Read my companion comic to Funny Weather. The international response to climate change can be summed up in two broad ...
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Seven bloody years

The UK and US occupation of Iraq. An unfinished project ...
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Funny Weather We’re Having at the Moment…

Here is the first chapter of Funny Weather: Everything you Didn't Want to Know About Climate Change but Probably Should ...
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Big Brother

Iris scans... DNA databases... the National Identity Register... facial recognition systems... numberplate tracking... Isn’t the Surveillance State getting a bit ...
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Blood for oil

These two cartoons, unfortunately, never get old ...
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…this isn’t news.

I spent eleven days with the International Solidarity Movement in Jerusalem and the West Bank in 2002. I am not ...
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T’Commune

This cartoon is mainly a send-up of life at Lifespan/Townhead Collective housing co-op, with some Glaneirw, some Orchardton and a ...
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Cosmic hitching

Some subcultural cartoons about hitching, hippies and headlice ...
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Ten Thousand Trees

Ten thousand words from 'Ten Thousand Trees', the chapter from Copse: the Cartoon Book of Tree Protesting which details the fight against the ...
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What would you do for money?

A poem and artoon about global capitalism. This cartoon originally appeared in Copse: the Cartoon Book of Tree Protesting. While ...
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The Battle of Brynhenllys

Brynhenllys Farm, Cwmtwrch, South Wales. Bulldozed for an opencast coal mine, October 1995. We fought them on the beeches... This ...
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The eviction of Claremont Road

The Claremont Road eviction lasted from 28th November to 5th December 1994. I was there for the first 24 hours ...
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The Criminal Justice Act

was the spur for my initial involvement in political activism. The Tories knew what they were doing when they criminalised ...
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My first cartoon

This is my first proper cartoon. Isn't it cute? Look, I did the lettering with brush tippex, before tippex pens ...
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The Diggers of George Hill

I used to clean houses on St George's Hill. It has changed somewhat since Gerrard Winstanley's time ...
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2 Comments on “Cartoons”

  1. I am interested in the cartons you did on climate change for the new internationalist are they in the latest issue?

    1. The coverage of COP 21 was online only, because it was up-to-the-minute rolling coverage. That reminds me tho, I must put it up here!

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