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Tagging Public Spaces - thumbnail for comic about billboards 26 pages

Tagging Public Spaces

Billboard advertisers 'tag' our public spaces in the same way that graffiti artists 'tag' walls with their marks. Billboards comic #2.

14 pages

The Crudest Form of Advertising

Billboards are the crudest form of advertising possible. Billboard advertisers invade our fields of vision with unavoidable images for us to tolerate. Billboards comic #1.

Cartoon Stuart McMillen head, having mind blown. 13 pages

Deprived of Religion

It is inconceivable that I could ever become religious. Becoming religious would contradict principles that I value more highly.

Cartoon of teenage boys faces laughing 23 pages

I Used to Be Racist

Growing up in regional Australia in the 1990s, I adopted the casual racism of the schoolyard. As an adult, I had to educate myself out of these racist attitudes.

Grayscale cartoon young man looking pensively towards horizon. 11 pages

Not Talking About Capitalism

Capitalism is the single dominant force that shapes our lives today. But for some reason it is taboo to discuss the system that contains us.

22 pages

Notel

In 1973, researchers visited the last remaining Canadian town without TV reception.

Cartoon childhood Stuart McMillen at 1990s computer with silverchair frogstomp poster in background. 15 pages

First Got the Internet

In my Nineties kid childhood, internet access was a scarcity. Today, the internet is ubiquitous and is a major distraction.

Cartoon guy popping head out of grave, with hand on edge of hole. 17 pages

Defending Dumbphones

I don't own a smartphone, and still choose to use a 'dumbphone'. By doing this, I intentionally limit the time that I am connected to the internet.

High angle Stuart McMillen in crowd - Anthrax Among the Living parody 8 pages

Blocking My Reptile

Our reptile brain constantly scans for ways to distract our rational mind. By blocking internet access during work hours, I block my reptile. Then, I get to work.