Just two days after Glastonbury, Pocket Money Loans opened a new store at Roskilde Festival, Denmark, which has also unfortunately just had to close due to lack of child-customers interested in mindlessly expensive financial products.
That said, it was a fa...
As a side note: I've always found it interesting how ultra-nationalists in the UK (and America) tend to lean towards neo-Nazism. They claim to love Our Country and Support The Troops while at the same time idolising the single biggest existential threat thi...
I have some work in this anthology of comics about class which you can order through this crowdfunding page for the next 10 days. Including a reward level which gets you one of my beheaded Queen stamps. 200 pages, 60 artists, put together and edited by the ...
Wikileaks asked me to draw this on the off-chance they'd be leaked the unredacted Chilcot Inquiry before it was released. Unless that happens in the next 12 hours this has become sort of redundant. But look at it anyway.
Many thanks to everyone who came to the Pocket Money Loans store at Shangri-La, Glastonbury 2016. Also massive thanks to everyone on the Shangri-La crew, especially Simon Vaughan, Kaye Dunnings, Moses, Willy, and the utterly brilliant Spider. Met some absol...
I'm going to be taking Pocket Money Loans to Glastonbury this summer, setting up a payday loan shop for kids in Shangri-La.
If you're going to be at the festival be sure to bring any unaccompanied kids along for an unholy baptism into the world of high in...
Thomas the Tank, work in progress . Follow my instagram for more half-baked updates of unfinished artwork . I'm going to be giving a short talk at a couple of events this month. Firstly on the 21st April at Rich Mix, London for The Finnish Institute 's even...
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