Page 1: If you’re my friend, or just starting to be my friend, and then I get really insistent that we all have to get together and talk oddly seriously about art, or do something musically, it means that I really, really like you. This is a lesson on me.
Page 2: I feel like I have to apologize to Tansy for talking about the BNP on the same page as a drawing of her. I got really into British politics when I was over there, because I think it’s more palatable to be into other people’s politics and just nerve-wracking and upsetting to be into your own country’s. Also, it was hard to avoid the BNP controversy, and if you aren’t sure what I’m talking about, I suggest looking it up and educating yourself. It’s a scary thing.
Pages 3 and 4 are a spread of the Stop the War Coalition rally. The spread was painted in the rain, which is where the white spots came from. A woman next to me held an umbrella over me as I worked. The rally was a powerful experience, I’ll talk more about it on this Friday’s update.