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Powerful line work sits side-by-side with a strong stance on social issues in the work of Cat Sims, making her one to watch on the UK’s illustration scene.

As a freelance illustrator for over ten years‚ Cat’s selected clients include: Jacobin, Tribune, V&A, Barbican, Advertising Age, Sisters Uncut and STRIKE! Magazine.

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

Full page comic strip to accompany an article on 'Bang Up and Smash' - an overview of womens' prisons in the UK, and a political analysis of their physical and ideological construction - for the first edition of DOPE magazine.

Very little has been written about women’s prisons, especially in the UK, and most discourse is either patronising and gendered or detached and academic. ‘Bang Up and Smash’ aims to break with this, and put an anarchist critique at the heart of the discussion around prison. Jail and the prison society is pervasive in our culture, yet these institutions (and those that feed them) remain shrouded in mystery for many people.



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