Protests, at home and across the world, have seen large numbers voicing their demands for a better present or a safer future.
Young people have started to take a lead, where they see others falling short. Few will have been untouched by Greta Thunberg’s oratory, mobilising millions and calling world leaders to account.
On a smaller scale, seven Greenpeace protestors, dressed in red, lined up to stop Boris Johnson’s car. In an inspirational gesture, they faced up to the values – the arrogance and duplicitous self-interest - that he represents.
In these seven drawings, more red clad figures - ordinary people - stand proud to call for change. They call out just a few of today's injustices and attitudes that need to be challenged.
Peaceful protesters - and artists - can tell awkward truths. We can nod in agreement, then do something to make a difference. Or not.
The drawings were made on an iPad with the very simple Adobe Fresco app, completed in March 2020 and inkjet printed for display at 50x50cm.