A graphic done for a church called SCOAN in London, 2009.
Released this month, Pete McAllen’s new single Animals in London can be checked out and downloaded from itunes through this link. Why not have a look.
Hope you like the song and also the artwork.
Apparently getting stabbed, bullied, abused or victimised aren’t as much fun as Fiddy Cent makes out in his songs. Luckily, some bright young sparks have picked up this and want to do something about these sorts of issues in London and the UK, please welcome to the stage, the I Care Revolution.
No, the I Care Revolution aren’t a bunch of colourful, fuzzy bears who solve problems but blasting light from their tummies, but instead a group of young, talented, focused fellas and ladies who think that doing something is good idea. Working mainly in schools using music, media and their good looks, the team are really starting to see some headway in changing some mindsets about the way teenagers treat each other. It’s something I would like to become a lot more involved in.
Now you may think what’s a bunch of young punks in London got to do with me, but I metaphorically encourage you at knifepoint to check out their some of their short films and their website, which are so cool you could keep a side of beef fresh on them for a month…
When I was a kid, I really wanted to call the Ghostbusters. I was pretty young and from seeing the movie I couldn’t quite work out if they were real or not. I mean, the ghosts looked real, then they had the newspapers and all the publicity on the movie. So I thought that was real. And then, at the end they have them doing a parade through New York with all the people celebrating. All this added up to it being real. One hundred percent real. I just figured that sort of thing didn’t happen in our city.
I never worked out the difference between documentary and film when I was young. Cartoons I knew weren’t real, but live action film? Who knows? I had the same problem with Degrassi High. Are these actors or are they stalking kids with camera’s. Sports films I often thought were real too and I really hoped Doctor Who wasn’t real. But at least I knew Wrestling wasn’t real.