The Marketing Department of Bournemouth University had approached me to illustrate some potential book covers that some of their staff had written. They wanted some designs that looked like graffiti whilst showcasing a variety of media and how this can be restrictive within the world.
‘Media, Margins & Civic Agency’ discusses new research on contemporary media, politics and power. It explores ways and means through which media can act as vehicles of, or obstacles to, civic agency and social change.
‘Media, Margins & Popular Culture’ brings together leading research on contemporary and popular culture, focussing on marginalised voices and representations; socially marginalised, marginalised in media and media scholarship. It spans five continents, with contributions on various topics. These include gender, sexuality, nation, disability, disciplinary boundaries, youth and age.