God Will Not Save The King



                                                                              Here’s some new stuff I’ve been working on


Today I went for a little trip around London’s transport network and everywhere I went I found loads of these tube ads. Really weird! Hope TFL manage to remove them all in time for the coronation tomorrow.

But for some reason it reminded me how this morning I put the finishing touches to the below print editions. I really like how these have come out, an improvement on my beheaded Queen stamps I think. Proper stamp-sized ones of these are in the pipeline, but if you’d like a decent sized print for the wall you can get one here.

I also still have the God Will Not Save the King coins, as well some of the misprinted coins that have a dead king and queen on each side.



A quick one I painted the other week inspired by Just Stop Oil demonstration at the snooker.

Something worth considering for the armchair strategists who disapprove of these tactics: look up the tactics of the Suffragettes. Not just when they chained themselves to railings and jumped in front of a racehorse, I mean all the tactics. Look at how they burned down churches, poured ink into post boxes, fought police in the streets, set fire to moving trains and interfered with rail signals to try and cause crashes, threw an axe at the prime minister. Ask yourself if you would have supported the Suffragettes *at the time*, rather than from the comfort of the present where we can rest assured the campaign was just & effective. I would have even struggled with it, as I have with some climate actions. But on balance, the scale of the injustice at hand requires interventions that disrupt normal life. How can you have a normal society when half the population are denied human rights? How can you have a normal society that runs on fuels that will end organised human life on earth?

Direct actions like this and throwing soup at paintings are the desperate attempts of passengers trying to shake the driver awake as their foot weighs down on the accelerator.

I’m obviously not saying everything has to be about climate all the time, by any means. But the coming catastrophe will affect and maybe destroy every pleasurable or diverting thing we enjoy. So rather than getting mad at the people trying to warn us (and pressure our government to take action that will, in turn, save things like paintings and snooker from destruction) why not thank them, or even better, join them.

Because it’s not like environmental campaigners haven’t tried non-disruptive tactics, petitions and letter-writing and standing outside buildings with banners. We tried that, and the people who came before us tried that, for decades, and fossil fuel investment only expanded.



The Hell Bike I designed for Fossil Free London got plenty of action last weekend at The Big One demos outside Parliament. It had a great reaction at the protest and I was really happy to see it in its stationary and marching modes. The banners are retractable depending on what the bike is being used for (and how windy it is). I wanted to make something that is as versatile as possible for all the different types of actions and protests it will be needed on, as it’s not just a straight-up art thing, it actually needs to be useful!

                              As for the Hell Bus I hope to have some news about that in the coming weeks…

Was also really happy to see Jeremy Corbyn posted a photo of the bike on his Instagram yesterday 🙂



Please don’t stick these stickers on digital ad spaces (which use the same amount of electricity every day as three UK households)! Available at cost price here.







A few people had asked about me making other things with the ACAB/SEGA logo on but I figured the easiest and least wasteful way to do it was by making some extra large embroiderred patches that could be added to existing stuff.


So if you want to revive an old jacket, backpack or top hat, you can order one of these here.





Posted the below text on my Instagram before the English local elections yesterday

Don’t forget to vote for your favourite flavour of Tory tomorrow!

I’ll be voting Green in a solid Tory Red council so I’m not exactly expecting to budge the needle. But at the very least I’ll sleep soundly knowing my vote won’t be going to the Labour Right’s neoliberal, racist, war-hungry political project for the promotion of revolving-door briefcase dickheads who dream of nothing more than getting second jobs at privatised utilities firms or as advisors to gambling companies.

These are people who have nothing but contempt for everything I believe in, people who have spent the last 8 years actively sabotaging the best chance we had in a lifetime of ending neoliberalism, reducing inequality and actually improving society, and all just so they could get back to business-as-usual, crackdowns, austerity and privatisation and back-slaps with the Tory press, nodding along with all their hysterical “genuine concerns” hate campaigns about refugees or Muslims or trans people or the “woke-left” or whoever the next Enemy Within is.

And now if you don’t like any of this and are considering maybe not rewarding these pricks with your vote, according to Lib-Dem voting centrists in my Twitter replies I’m a ‘Tory enabler’? No, fuck them.

If you have good Labour councillors, then vote for them. But don’t vote Tory, no matter which party they’re in.

Just today Starmer announced he was scrapping his pledge to end tuition fees. He has nothing but contempt for us and we should show him the same in return.
“Get the Tories Out” also applies to Starmer.

Prints of this image are available from my website shop.


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