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“Occupy” is not a faith movement

You’ll have to excuse me, but I’m about to get all political again. There have been a number of blog posts and news articles – such as this one by Tom Hodgkinson in the Independent – recently referring to the Occupy movement (here in the UK, at least) as being “fundamentally Christian”. OccupyLondon have posted … Continue reading

Hatemongerers in the neighbourhood? No thanks!

Oh, looky-looky; hatemongerers Westboro Baptist Church have decided to target one of our local neighbourhoods! A primary school, to be precise – despite Fred Phelps and his odious offspring being denied entrance to the UK to protest a staging of “The Laramie Project” in Basingstoke, they seem to be undeterred and have now targeted George … Continue reading

Visual marketing and fundamentalism

90dayjane is a blog purportedly of a woman who claims that at the end of 90 days (she’s currently on her 7th day), she’s going to kill herself – for no other reason than she’s an atheist with no real reason to live: “This blog is not a cry for help or even to get … Continue reading

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David has been writing a book about Bitcoin and asked me to come up with something for cover art. The brief was "frightened businessman, 50s pulp style". It's not a style I've ever tried before, I must say. This is my first effort; it's not quite right, s

Colour-corrected version of my selfie.

Experimental art card foiled in red and gold.

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