Where does it come from? This quest, this need to solve life’s mysteries for the simplest of questions can never be answered. Why are we here? What is the soul? Why do we dream? Perhaps we would be better off not looking at all. Not delving, not yearning. That’s not human nature, not the human heart. That is not why we are here.


I was honoured to be asked to make a British animation award this year - and teamed up with lovely Liselott Olofsson to create this commemorative plate to honour the reign of HRW (her royal wooliness ) -Queen Victoribaa - here it is fresh from the Kiln -


The one who gives pain & the one who receives pain. 

How the world violates human rights, country by country

Telegraph has developed a map detailing the main findings of Human Rights Watch’s 2015 World Report!

The analysis of more than 90 countries is undertaken with human rights activists in the respective countries and this year, Kenneth Roth, HRW director, said human rights violations were fuelling the rise of groups like Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, Boko Haram and others.
“Human rights violations played a major role in spawning or aggravating many of today’s crises,” Mr Roth said as the report was published on Friday. “Protecting human rights and ensuring democratic accountability are key to resolving them.”