Friday, 27 July 2012


This is my latest page for the "Turn it up swap" journal. However, this is nothing to do with shambling, brain-eating undead. It's a song about the futility of violence, a 1994 protest song by The Cranberries, based on the troubles in Northern Ireland, but particularly the Warrington bomb attacks which resulted in the death of two young boys.


  1. I never knew about the meaning of that song! Thank you!

    And, your art is amazing! I love the juxtaposition of the monochrome zombies with the brightly-colored text!

  2. Quite an impactful work which sends out a very strong message. In a very unpatronising way I say.... very well done, you!

  3. VERY powerful. Would have made a terrific CD cover for the group.

  4. Zombies is one of my top ten favourite songs.... I looooved the Cranberries and drove my flat mate mad listening to them... great page in response... I think the cranberries would love what you have done... way cool...xx


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