Surprisingly honest sign outside Sainsbury's. The only thing a corporation can ever proudly support is their ability to make profit. To them, social issues are merely PR opportunities to drive sales and enrich investors.
Particularly fucking annoying about the original sign is the tie-in with Sainsbury's 150 year anniversary, making it look like they've been supporting LGBT+ rights for 150 years.
Shout out to everyone at the Extinction Rebellion protests today, in particular to the guy who super glued himself to the door at the Shell HQ with a copy of the anti-Shell logo I designed for my #burnthefuture project. It was also part of a banner they hung from the front of the building (see below). Very happy with that!
If any activists ever need print quality files of my work for protests just get in touch.
These posters I drew have started appearing on the underground thanks to Special Patrol Group. They were inspired by Jeremy Hunt talking about us sending aid to Yemen to deal with the consequences of the bombs we sold to drop on Yemen.
A lot of the weapons we sold to Saudi Arabia were made by MBDA, which is a missile company co-owned by Airbus and BAE Systems.
As well as the thousands killed in the US/UK backed war in Yemen, the naval blockade by Saudi Arabia is causing a famine the UN has described as the deadliest in decades, and that 8 million...
The Metro newspaper is owned by the Daily Mail and every copy that’s picked up helps support the UK’s most extreme right-wing publication, (second only to the BNP annual newsletter.) As part of my residency with RRU News I’ve had 2000 of these stickers printed that you can help me add to Metro distribution points around the country. Hopefully these might make some people think twice about picking one up. If you’d like some stickers, they’re free +p&p. Link: www.spellingmistakescostlives.com/metro...