Lakes Festival Focus 2019 - Darren Cullen

Lakes Festival Focus 2019: An Interview with artist Darren Cullen

Every year, in the countdown to the Lakes International Comic Art Festival in October, we bring you a series of interviews with guests at the event. This first “Festival Focus” for 2019 is with satirical artist, illustrator and writer Darren Cullen whose exhibition, “”Artist”” – exploring subjects as diverse as the Iraq war, the BritishContinue reading Lakes Festival Focus 2019: An Interview with artist Darren Cullen

Art by Darren Cullen

Spelling Mistakes Cost Lives – Darren Cullen exhibits at The Other Art Show

Artist Darren Cullen – the creator behind the Spelling Mistakes Cost Lives web site – is showing a large selection of his work, including a brand new sculpture (and the above slightly older one) at The Other Art Fair in London (5th – 8th October) at The Truman Brewery as part of ShangrilART, (the people behind Shangri-La atContinue reading Spelling Mistakes Cost Lives – Darren Cullen exhibits at The Other Art Show

OFF LIFE Issue 11 - Cover

Free OFF LIFE #11 anthology features new talent, Jack Teagle and much more

  OFF LIFE Issue 11 – the latest edition of the free street comic – is available now in all the usual stockists and in digital from via the title’s official web site. Wrapped in a cover by Sébastien Thibault, editor Daniel Humphry tells us the issue became something of a new blood edition after theContinue reading Free OFF LIFE #11 anthology features new talent, Jack Teagle and much more

"Join the Army" comic by Darren Cullen

‘Join the Army’ anti-war comic gets backing from ex-soldiers

Controversial London based artist Darren Cullen has just released Join the Army – his first self-published publication, a satirical ‘anti-army recruitment comic’ which charts many of the perplexing reasons a young recruit might want to sign-up and potentially lose life or limb in the decade long wars of Afghanistan and Iraq. The comic, which bearsContinue reading ‘Join the Army’ anti-war comic gets backing from ex-soldiers