Thanks again to Special Patrol Group for putting up my NUKE poster in bus stops around London recently. Check out all the other #SubvertTheCity interventions and get involved. In case anyone wants one I have limited edition prints of this poster available in my online shop it's also a fake ad in my Mini Daily Mail
As the final part of my artist residency with RRUNews in Liverpool, I've hand-drawn a fun/fear-sized version of the Daily Mail and I'm going to be giving these out for free in Liverpool city centre tomorrow (Thursday) and Friday from these locations:
I've been invited back to Germany by Positive Propaganda to open a travel agents outside the National Theatre in Munich later this month. 19th - 29th April. I've started an Instagram for the project you can follow at @empireair. More details on the project as they arise will be posted on the project page. You can find the Facebook event here.
I was quoted in this article about two of my anti-Trident posters being featured in the National Museum of the Royal Navy’s new permanent exhibition about nuclear weapons. Read it here.
“Museums are an important record of the peaks and troughs of human civilisation. I hope this exhibition is housed deep enough to survive the Royal Navy’s plan to destroy civilisation entirely if Britain loses a war."
“Nuclear bombs are suicide bombs – it is impossible to use these weapons without also killing ourselves. They are an expression of a genocidal and suicida...
A hardly-working Commander in Chief needs a suitable vehicle for long-range bombardment of the battlefield and the golf course. I used a 1/12 scale model of a golf cart and scratch-built all the guns from styrene and metal tubes, but the top of the nuke is from a novelty lighter. Click here for more photos.
I made this installation for The World Transformed 2017, a politics and arts festival/conference held by Momentum and related groups at the same time as the Labour party conference. This year it is in Brighton and ends on Tuesday. More photos after the jump!
After finishing the installation I ran into this guy in the street.
I also had some of my other anti-Tory election work on display at Fabrica. This one I drew while on the Positive Propaganda artist residency.