Saturday, 28 April 2012

Wrong order. 1st 'Twillistation'

Early Twitter reports stated that yesterdays incident AKA 'michael greens big day out' -the tottenham court road hostage situation, -was being staged in Starbucks.

we later found out it was actually at the head office of the HGV testing centre.

-But at that early time I responded to current events with an illustration, suggesting that , that one little irritant ,whatever it may be, was the straw that broke the camels back as it where,
as clearly the many little stresses and injustices of 21st century life can heap up and up until we mentally meltdown, 

..or storm the offices of your lifes problems whilst strapped to high pressure gas canisters

early reports suggest that starbucks may have got one order wrong too many?..."

I actually think we argue that this guys a hero in some respects,
he targeted a specific company, and specific employee's of that company, a company that has a long history of fucking people over, declaring bankruptcy, and coming back again under a slightly different name.
He had been fucked over by this company. not once, not twice but three times. It doesn't sound like a lot, failing a test. But when he was that adamant he passed it, the fact its clearly important to taking his life forward.

extreme yes, but hopefully these evil little pissy anonymous beaurocracies will think twice before depersonalising individuals and having absolutely no care for anything but themselves and bank account or the misery and frustration they create in order to get it

Political Collage anyone?

Monday, 16 April 2012

Sunday, 15 April 2012


 Im loving these things! just what I'm into
bit of horror show type, bit of crazy illustration, bit stupid, but also reflecting bits of pop/modern culture

I particularly love how thyre being used in a modern setting as a vehicle for political or social comment

Wednesday, 11 April 2012

Seeing my work being used is amazing

Such a lovely project. so pleased i got to be part of it
it great seeing my work used for such a positive, lovely use! 

Classic borrow show titles. brilliant