Posts Tagged: politics

G2 cover : The Trump bump

One of my Guardian G2 cover designs.

G2 cover : The Trump bump

One of my Guardian G2 cover designs.

15 November 2016

Today I took a picture of a Portillo.   The day Mum met Michael Portillo She said: ‘I wanted to tell you how much I enjoy your programmes.’ He said: ‘Thank you very much. You may be interested to hear

15 November 2016

Today I took a picture of a Portillo.   The day Mum met Michael Portillo She said: ‘I wanted to tell you how much I enjoy your programmes.’ He said: ‘Thank you very much. You may be interested to hear

14 November 2016

Today I took a picture of some research.  

14 November 2016

Today I took a picture of some research.  

G2 cover : Kinnock 2.0

One of my Guardian G2 cover designs.  

G2 cover : Kinnock 2.0

One of my Guardian G2 cover designs.  

12 June 2015

Today I took a picture of some packages. An illustration I made for an article in The Guardian.  

12 June 2015

Today I took a picture of some packages. An illustration I made for an article in The Guardian.  

G2 cover : the establishment

One of my Guardian G2 cover designs    

G2 cover : the establishment

One of my Guardian G2 cover designs    

The Record Books • Close to the Edge

Radical political tract/magazine from 1972. The Y.E.S. (Youth Energy Squad) appear to have considered themselves on the ‘front line’ against all forms of organised society.

The Record Books • Close to the Edge

Radical political tract/magazine from 1972. The Y.E.S. (Youth Energy Squad) appear to have considered themselves on the ‘front line’ against all forms of organised society.

The Record Books • Arrival

A 1967 collection of darkly varied work from four new-to-the-scene Scandinavian poets. 

The Record Books • Arrival

A 1967 collection of darkly varied work from four new-to-the-scene Scandinavian poets. 

The Record Books • Agaetis Byrjun

Quasi-religious political tract from 1931. Lots of poetry about light and etchings of waterfalls. Key words picked out in cyan. Published by a wealthy convert to whatever philosophy the book fails to explain adequately.

The Record Books • Agaetis Byrjun

Quasi-religious political tract from 1931. Lots of poetry about light and etchings of waterfalls. Key words picked out in cyan. Published by a wealthy convert to whatever philosophy the book fails to explain adequately.