For the last year I've been working with Veterans for Peace UK and the director Price James (Agile Films) on turning my Action Man: Battlefield Casualties toys into full blown toy adverts. The three short films for PTSD Action Man, Paralysed Action Man, an...
I recently had ' Join the Army ' reprinted and it looks even better than the first run. I've uploaded the Iraq Bayeux Tapestry for those who haven't yet seen it, which covers the outside of the comic. The book (costs: £3/£7/£10) available to buy either dire...
Do it now: www.gov.uk/register-to-vote In case you're interested, I'll be voting for the Green Party in this election. I live in a safe Labour seat so I think it's desirable for a Green surge to put pressure on my Labour MP to stop pushing these Red Tory p...
This Sunday the 29th March I'll be doing a stall of my wares at the DIY Art Market in East London. I'll also have copies of the new edition of 'Join the Army' for sale. More details here: https://www.facebook.com/events/689894394463499/
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