Tom Morgan-Jones is an award-winning illustrator based in Cambridge, UK.
Tom draws with a dip pen, His work crops up in all manner of places from children's books, magazines and papers to apps, the backs of buses, on top of cakes, the sides of milk cartons and all over satirical board games.
Tom has lectured and tutored across the land of England, at Universities, colleges and schools including the Cambridge University Cartoon and Illustration Society, Cambridge School of Art and London College of Printing.
He has been honoured with a D&AD (British Design and Art Direction) Yellow pencil award and a medal from the AOI (Association of Illustrators).
In 2003 Tom and two friends set up the publishing company 'TerrorBull Games' in order to publish a hot potato. 'War on Terror the boardgame' is that hot potato.
"C'est genial" - Tomi Ungerer
"At the tip of the sharp tongue of satire" - BBC
"New satirical heights" - Nobel Peace Centre
"Genius satire" - Amnesty International
"A masters in realpolitik in game form"
-El Mundo newspaper, Spain
"5 STARS. At last - a board game with attitude."
"One of the most thought provoking games we've seen in years."
"A cleverly crafted satire that can be used by educators to provoke students to think critically about one of the most important issues of our time"
Dr. Nick Megoran, lecturer in Geopolitics and Human Geography, University of Newcastle
"Somebody has gone too far"
-Andrew Lansley - Conservative MP
"Through the fog of an often collusive and compliant media comes this extraordinary game, achieving, with its black humour, its own truth about the pernicious 'War on Terror'. "
"Risk and Monopoly with WMD"
"You have turned terrorism into a theme that can be toyed with. And for the first time since my evacuation from the tube 7th July 2005, I have been able to do just that, without having it crawl under my skin. You have no idea how grateful I am. "
- Anonymous supporter
"It's satirical, subversive and seriously entertaining"
- The Morning Star
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