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Founding Artwork

Universal Asylum does not consider the human species as the centre of &/or of any more importance than anything else in the universe.

Proceeds raised via founding artworks:

Once transferred to Not For Profit, Charity status Universal Asylum intends to retain the minimum commission on all artworks to maintain customers eligibility for charitable tax purposes in supporting the broader operations of the company with proceeds falling outside of this being paid directly to the artist responsible for their work. 

Unfortunately until Universal Asylum obtains "Not For Profit, Charitable" status sales &/or donations will not be eligible for charitable tax benefits.

Nevertheless, sales made prior to Not For Profit, Charity status being secured will be divided in a similar manner with Universal Asylum retaining a 51% commission on founding artworks, investing proceeds towards general costs associated with the initial establishment of Universal Asylums & setting up to achieve its primary objectives.

Once the early stages of establishment are underway proceeds raised are intended to support the broader operations of the Universal Asylum & it's many complex roles associated with saving ourselves & everything else in this magical world, from ourselves & one another.

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"Romper Stomper" Original

"Romper Stomper" Original

Pencil on Paper.


I copied  this image from a magazine. Possibly an advertisement for "Romper Stomper" based on the "skinheads" tattoo on his wrist. However, based on what I recall the movie was released well before this so unless it was an old magazine it could have easily been an image attached to an article on racism & gang violence in the UK. Ya know. The thing I recal most about that movie was how dangerous culture was & the senselessly barbaric nature of racism, & I think the "good guy" & the gang leaders girlfrind realising how horribly wrong the situation was & not wanting a part of it  as they fell in love & possibly ended up having to kill the gang leader or something. I don't know I was very young when I watched it & lots of ways I can relate to being persecuted for rejecting the racist culture I was born into & other personal experiences being caugt up in intergenerational interracial conflict throuhgout the earlier stages of my life.  


It is hard to place a date on either drawing as from what I recal there was some time between & I expect I did the seccond using a lightbox. However, they were both drawn either late 1990's or early 2000's

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