60 drawings, preliminary and final, for Statecraft magazine of the UQPPES - University of Queensland Politics, Philosophy & Economics Society
Illustrations for issue 2 (2019)
15 preliminary sketches
Illustrations for issue 3 (2020)
21 drawings, including nine preliminary sketches and 11 drawings for 2020 issue, titled as follows
'Untitled'. An inadvertent philosophical investigation (page 3)
Anthropomorphic screaming fire in a backyard
B & W edit of coloured image
'Untitled'. 'Has our economic response gone too far?' (page 4)
Two bank robbers looking into an empty vault
[Artist's note: Unpublished 'SSAF' image from Semper Floreat - 'SSAF' edited out]
'Untitled'. The new Bradfield scheme: low hanging fruit (page 9)
Elevated image of QLD with a river running downstream to a puddle
[on the same sheet]:
'Untitled'. New visa and no jobs (page 17)
Artists's Note: Redraw of 'Expulsion of Adam and Eve from Eden ' (Masaccio, 1424-27) with Peter Dutton as 'angel'.
Artist's note: Small fire.
'Untitled'. Israel & Trump: precedents for US foreign policy (page 10)
Caricature of Trump
'Untitled'. Get off my lawn (page 16)
Fence with pail
'Untitled'. Philosophy's problems with accessibility (page 21)
Group of five images of chaise lounge, Caeser's head, microscope, magnifying lense over book, '101' book that is actually a cake, Caesar's head and apple.
Illustrations for issue 4 (2021)
14 drawings, including eight preliminary sketches (on six sheets) and six final drawings, titled as follows:
'Taking the long-term seriously'
'On getting to heaven'
'The chains of political identity'
'The great realignment of British politics'
'Liberalism in China'
'Australia's balancing act'
Illustrations for issue 5 (2022)
10 drawings, including four preliminary sketches, one page of notes, and six final drawings, titled as follows:
'Stakeholder capitalism and the revamp of terrible ideas'
'Does the market economy need government?'
'Defending Australia amidst an ailing alliance in Asia-Pacific'
'At last, a climage election'
'Looking back at Australia's hollowed-out response to the pandemic'
'Would Orwell listen to sticky fingers?'