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The artist, illustrator and writer Paul Davis was born in Somerset, England in 1962 and has lived and worked in London since 1985. His work has been featured in magazines and newspapers including The New York Times, The Independent, Print, The Guardian, Eye, I.D., Arena, Blueprint, Creative Review and McSweeney's. Books include What Happens Is Good, Blame Everyone Else, God Knows, Us & Them and Lovely. Davis has had exhibitions worldwide, at The Barbican; Moderna Museet, Shanghai; the National Opera in Tokyo; Adam Baumberg; Andrew Roth; The Wapping Project; Agnes B. and others. He has won some awards over the years; Best Illustrator Working Today and Cartoonist of the Year are two. His website copyrightdavis.com won an honorary Webby. A brand new site is being built. Davis continues to draw, paint, write and photograph every day with the intention of describing the mad and beautiful state of the human species on this speck of dust called Earth.