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Cat is a graduate of the UAL London College of Communication in and is a graphic artist based in South East London.

As a freelance illustrator for over ten years‚ Cat’s recent clients include: Jacobin, V&A‚ Ruby Tandoh, Ad Age, Sisters Uncut and STRIKE! Magazine.

Her critically acclaimed zine, comics and risographs are currently stocked in London, Barcelona, Berlin and Hamburg at the Barbican, GOSH!, People of Print's curated Department Store, Fatbottom Books, Schikkimikki Zine Distro and Strips & Stories.

Cat’s work has been exhibited at Somerset House, Peckham Pelican, South London Comic and Zine Fair, and her latest comic XENOS won Broken Frontier’s ‘Comic of the Festival’ at ELCAF, 2018.

Cat is represented by Illustration Ltd.

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© Cat Sims 2018

Album artwork and pull-out CD inlay for guerilla-gig-theatre show Blow Off. The album will be released in 2019.

Blow Off is half gig, half theatre show about a woman who is intent on blowing the patriarchy sky-high. It premiered as part of the Traverse Theatre’s Edinburgh Festival programme 2016 and played to packed out audiences across Scotland.

Created collaboratively as a band, Blow Off combines performer / playwright / theatre-maker Julia Taudevin's epic monologue with the musical sorcery of composer / musician Kim Moore, aka Wolf, and Susan Bear and Julie Eisenstein, formerly of Glasgow’s Tuff Love.

Blow Off is supported by PRS for Music Foundation and has been developed with support from Stereo, Creative Scotland, The Glad Cafe, The Arches, The Arc in Stockton, The Tron Theatre, The Alasdair Hullett Foundation, The Playwrights Studio Scotland and the Tom McGrath Trust.