|W e l c o m e t o S t i g ' s g a l l e r y o f
P O S T E R S
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purposes, please do. We'd appreciate a link to the related
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|'Climate Roller Coaster'
Poster to promote George Marshall's new book and book tour: Carbon Detox, November 2007
|'The Men and Money behind Synthia'
Poster for the ETC Group, November 2007
|An evening with AF Harrold
Poster for Hammer & Tongue, 2007
|No M1 widening
Poster for the No M1 Widening campaign, 2007
|Heat book launch
Poster for the launch event of George Monbiot's book 'Heat', 2006
|'Unsustainable' and 'Sussed' poster
August 2007. A pair of A2 posters for the 'Cliamte Change Education Officer' of Somerset County Council, for her
workshops with children from primary schools. The first version (above) shows a typical town scene. The 2nd view
(below) is what the children should get once they stick on 27 separate 'improvement cards'. The carpark becomes
an allotment, the power station becomes a windfarm, and Grandpa puts on a cardigan instead of turning up the
radiator in his vest, etc. I hope these images go on to form an online game, in the future. Anyone out there
interested in working on this, please get in touch. Also, why do footballs always end up in ponds?
|Captain Hook awards (above) and Cog Awards (below)
Two-part poster for the Coalition Against Biopiracy, 2006
The Captain Hook Awards for Biopiracy and the Cog Awards for Resisting Biopiracy
are held every two years. Vist their website for the latest nominations
Photo-montage and poster for Corporate Watch, reviewing the 2005 Live 8 / G8 summit, 2005
|'Graphic Summary' of the 2004 report "Scotland's Footprint"
Info-poster for Best Foot Forward, 2004
An unfinished info-poster for the ETC Group, 2004, exposing the plans and dreams of the NBIC,
a new US industrial technology initiative led by Newt Gingrich
|"Turning dirt into dollars" - a mam of peat producers and cutters in Britain
Poster / map for Corporate Watch, 2003
Subvert of the Rendon Group, a leading US public relations firm
Researched and conceived by Corporate Watch Uk, 2002, and
first published on the back cover of the Ecologist Magazine.
Created 2002, Updated 2005. Subvert of the UK’s leading retailer, Tesco Plc, for Corporate Watch UK
First published on the back cover of the Ecologist magazine
Poster and postcard, 2002, for the UK campaign to stop the German pharma-giant Bayer comercialising
GM crops in the UK. Bayer were finally beaten and stopped all GM activity in the UK,... for now.