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NO BBC WAR ON COMEDY - September 2020 September 5th, 2020

DEAR ALL I know you do not sign up to this list for my opinions but this has been an important week for comedy. The time line goes like this; MONDAY – New BBC DG Tim Davie announces that on Thursday he will make a speech about how the BBC must include diverse viewpoints. TUESDAY…

Big Wow Badges - November 2018 November 23rd, 2018

I have a full-blown relationship with the Glaswegian badge millionaires at Big Wow Badges, and they have done a series of badges based on me. You can buy the badges of me, and other brilliant badges too, here… But remember. I am not Big Wow Badges. I am me. Don’t e me about badges. E…

Londonion App - November 2018 November 23rd, 2018

I am the speaking voice on an ‘app’ celebrating the work of Kurt Schwitters, and made by the artists Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard. I don’t understand what an app is or what you do with the thing I have done, but here is a link to something about it. I urge you to use…

Poster made to commemorate Stewart Lee’s current show ‘Much A-Stew About Nothing’, a series of stand-up shows that is leading towards his new TV series. Features a Wunderkammer of items that elude to previous themes from Stewart Lee’s work. As a huge fan of his work this was a genuine treat to work on. Limited…

A limited edition poster and slipcase for the launch of Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle Series 3. A sort of companion piece to the previous print I did for Stewart, the piece is made of of a variety of references from the TV series and ‘Much a Stew…’ live shows. A genuine joy to work on.…

Poster for Stewart Lee to commemorate Series 4 of his Comedy Vehicle TV series. Inspired by the line ‘sometimes it’s all about which chair you’re sitting in when the music stops’ and with a colour palette that references the urine soaked finale of the series, it also features various other visual references to moments throughout…

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