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Crippen

Dave Lupton, aka Crippen, has been in the vanguard of disability arts movement for more years than he cares to mention. His work has appeared in mainstream press, on TV and film and is now probably the best Disabled cartoonist in the world!

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A young Asian man using a crutch is looking at just the head of young white man placed on the seat of a wheelchair. The head is saying: "I like to think of myself as differently abled!"

Crippen cartoons on Google images

I had an interesting comment on my Wordpress blog the other day. I've added my response at the bottom of this post but but would be interested to hear what others make of it. You can access the blog comment directly by clicking here and maybe leaving your own comment? Blog Comment left ...

A queue of people are waiting to pay their cash into a collection point for Children in Need. On the other side of the wall is Pudsey stashing cash into a giant fruit machine. He pulls the lever and a 'Pudsey' and two 'Invest a/c' tiles appear. There is a loud 'Ker-ching!' echoing around the room. A sign on top of the fruit machine states 'BBC Gambling Incorporated'.

Pudsey stashes away almost 90million pounds! / 14 November 2015

BBC Children in Need, which has raised more than £600million since 1980, has allegedly stashed a large part of this into its investment portfolio instead of giving it directly to those children it claims to collect the money for. BBC Children in Need has £87,705,000 invested in a range of portfolios, ...

A queue of people are waiting to pay their cash into a collection point for Children in Need. On the other side of the wall is Pudsey stashing cash into a giant fruit machine. He pulls the lever and a 'Pudsey' and two 'Invest a/c' tiles appear. There is a loud 'Ker-ching!' echoing around the room. A sign on top of the fruit machine states 'BBC Gambling Incorporated'.

Pudsey stashes away almost 90million pounds! / 14 November 2015

BBC Children in Need, which has raised more than £600million since 1980, has allegedly stashed a large part of this into its investment portfolio instead of giving it directly to those children it claims to collect the money for. BBC Children in Need has £87,705,000 invested in a range of portfolios, ...

A wheelchair user is being bullied by a representative of the Federation of Charities for the Disabled. He is wagging his finger in the disabled person's face and is saying: "And when we want your opinion, we'll tell you what it is!"

Operation Invisible / 5 November 2015

The following has been written by Bob Williams-Findlay, long time disabled activist and academic, who is explaining why Operation Invisible is taking such a firm grip on disabled people's imagination. "What is Operation Invisible? It is a simple idea: to bring together disabled activists and our organisations to produce 'campaign material' ...

Two young disabled people are looking at a notice pinned to the wall alongside of them. The notice says 'Think Positive: we are disabled and proud and we are capable of achieving anything!' The caption under the image says 'Positive Attitudes'.

Removing Barriers / 12 August 2015

A couple of years ago, Toyah Wordsworth, a young disabled woman, commissioned me to create some cartoons for a board game she had devised. The game, 'Removing Barriers', was aimed at raising awarenness about the many barriers that exist in society and that exclude disabled people from full participation in ...

Crippen

Step into the irreverent world of disabled cartoonist Crippen aka Dave Lupton, who has been in the vanguard of disability arts movement for more years than he cares to mention. His work has appeared in mainstream press, on TV and film and is now probably the best Disabled cartoonist in ...

Crippen