ORIGINAL ARTWORK: The Invisible Party
Genuine one-off collage artwork signed by Greg Moodie. This multi-layered piece was photographed and published online on April 5th 2020. It was created using traditional cut and paste techniques with an overall page size of 425 x 560mm. Rare and highly collectable.
This cartoon was the first not to be published by The National in six years, due to the coronavirus lockdown. Contains an array of collage material and a subliminal message written in UV ink around the perimeter.
The particular story features former Labour MP Douglas Alexander and the newly-elected leader of his party, Sir Keir Starmer.
The artist’s comment: ‘At the height of the coronavirus crisis, Douglas Alexander and other unionists took to social media to complain that a hospital in Glasgow was being named after Louisa Jordan, a Scottish First World War nurse. “As a son, grandson and great grandson of Scottish doctors, I think ‘Nightingale Hospital Glasgow’ would surely have better reflected the truth that we’re all in this together,” he said. Meanwhile, his former party elected a new leader in Keir Starmer.’