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Orca Hawk Preservation Society

We’ve all heard of the terrible plight of the Orca whales at Seaworld but a lesser known avian relative – the Orca Hawk – has recently come under the media spotlight as its Arctic home is threatened by the spectre of global warming. Luckily for humanity it currently only lives in the Arctic and can sustain flight for just 2 minutes so it’s no direct threat for humanity as yet. When the day comes when they either learn to swim or use the crumbling ice shelf to travel south we’re going to be in for a bit of trouble. Currently they are happy preying on seals and polar bears but as any intrepid explorer who has been in that part of the world will tell you these birds are intelligent, predatory and will stop at nothing to have you as a light afternoon snack if they’re feeling a bit peckish. So perhaps the Orca Hawk Preservation Society isn’t the best idea…



Title: Orca Hawk
Materials: Paint pen, acrylic, ink, charcoal, gold leaf, dymo  and watercolour.
Size: 59 x 31cm


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The unexplained terror

The blank look in the eyes and the mouth open with fright. Can you imagine anything worse than an unexplained terror? Not me. Surely the very fact that it’s inexplicable is terrifying enough? Not knowing is far worse than knowing what you’re about to deal with. Forewarned is forearmed and all that. And it looks like this guy has no idea what’s coming his way…

Like the rest of this sordid little lot these pictures have been reimagined from actual news headlines. I fill my head with this grubby nonsense so you don’t have to. Vive la revolution!

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Title: The unexplained terror
Materials: Paint pen, acrylic and charcoal
Size: A5

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