From simple actions like signing a petition, to more involved ones like setting up a casserole club for your elderly neighbours, The Draw The Line project gives you 100+ ideas for positive political action, all illustrated by comic artists.
Not all the actions are obvious, or particularly orderly. Discover the Raging Grannies, a chapter of older women who use their innocuous looks to gain entry into places like arms fairs, and then create a fun brand of havoc by dressing the weapons in knitted bonnets and singing lullabies. Or how about craftivism, the act of deploying craft to make a political point, as used to great effect when embroidered hankies with messages about the living wage were handed to M&S trustees on their way into a board meeting?
Find all the actions and accompanying illustrations online at drawthelinecomics.com.
Now also crowdfunding a print book, with profits to go to the charity Help Refugees. Pledge at unbound.com/books/draw-the-line/ to pre-order your copy. All pledgers get their name in the book as someone who helped make it happen. Also explore a range of add-on rewards such as original artwork, prints of your favourite actions, and talks and workshops by the artists.