Polyp (cartoonist)

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Polyp (formerly writing under the pen name P. J. Polyp) is a cartoonist based in Manchester, United Kingdom.[1] Much of his work, particularly for New Internationalist, is political.


A collection of his work, Big Bad World,[2] was published by New Internationalist. In 2009 he released Speechless: World History Without Words, a graphic novel plotting world history, published by New Internationalist and Friends of the Earth International.

He has worked with Chrissy Brand as Polyp & Brand to produce Relax with the Grim Reaper, Rex the Dinosaur, The Secret World of Slugs, and Me Me Me....



  1. ^ http://www.polyp.org.uk/contact_polyp.html
  2. ^ Miller, Toby (2005). Global Hollywood 2. BFI Publishing. p. 52. ISBN 978-1-84457-049-2. Retrieved 15 March 2011. 

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