'Free Speech vs Private Life', 'We Could Battle 'Roid-Rage', But Would We Want To?' & 'Dial 999 & Pray America Picks Up The Phone'.
All three images are responses to editorial copy, created as part of my final module at university.
The first of which contends with desire of journalists, to make the private lives of others, public property. Whilst facing opposition in governmental jurisdiction.
The second image describes the hormonal changes that occur in the body from steroid use, and plays with notions of perceived bodily norms/beauty.
The third image accompanied an opinion column, in which the writer describes America as having acted as a 'Sheriff' to the rest of the world. He then goes on to discuss America's current state, suggesting its one of ambivalence, and the global implications of their withdrawal from such a position.