Inspired by the austere and cold city which they call home, Armstrong + Field developed this illustrated story of the unforgiving chartered Thames. Illustration: Armstrong Story: Field #snow #london #dystopia #comic #illustration #armstrongfield #londonweather
Notorious Brothel Keeper Cynthia Payne ran a hugely successful brothel in Streatham, South London, near to where Conrad Armstrong grew up. During Police Raids in the 70s & 80s the brothel made headlines as the haunt of many prominent political, religious and financial figures of the time. Punters could swap luncheon vouchers to dress in lingerie and be spanked by young women amongst other services. Madame Payne went on to become politically active in the ongoing struggle to f
THE WICK HICKS is a series of 2-page comic strips created by artist Conrad Armstrong. They present the trials and tribulations of a troupe of characters living in Hackney Wick. Illustration: Conrad Armstrong #hackneywick #comic #hicks
In the run-up to the London Olympics in 2012, those pesky kids Armstrong + Field went to town with their thoughts on upcoming spectacle reshaping London.
In this catch-all strip, Terry Wogan is alive and kicking, and Ken Livingstone gets tomatoed. Illustration: Armstrong Story: Field #comic #conradarmstrong #london #johnvicious #olympics #borisjohnson #games #satire #armstrongfield
Bill Hicks meets Lou Reed in the afterlife and they marvel at just what's been going on since their departure. Illustration: Conrad Armstrong #comic #illustration #deathfield #shopping #conradarmstrong #billhicks #loureed #zombies #stratford
Come follow the first instalment of the gripping and curious life and adventures of Crud and Friends, from full-time artist and space cadet Glenn Wild. Illustration: Glenn Wild #comic #crud #friends #glennwild #ilustration #cosmic
'We' is a novel written by Russian writer Yegevny Zamyatin in 1924, The novel was written as a response to the policies pursued by the Communist Party of the Soviet Union following the events of the October Revolution. It became the first work banned by the Soviet censorship board, and subsequently led to the exile of the writer. Zamyatin has often been referred to as one of the first Soviet dissidents. The novel is widely considered to be the grandfather of the satirical d