Stop The War T-shirt (Magenta / Red)


  • 100% organic fairtrade cotton
  • Large only
  • Silkscreened artist t-shirt
  • All proceeds to charity
  • Shipped tracked and signed worldwide

From the cover of The Stop 

All proceeds to charities providing food and medical aid to victims of war
*All proceeds meaning full £30 excluding postage 


The Stop is a new book by photographer Gareth McConnell and writer Iphgenia Baal. The book is based on photographs McConnell took during the February 2003 London Stop The War Coalition demonstration, held against the war in Iraq. The demonstration was the largest ever held in the UK, with probably between 750,000 and two million people attending (neither police, media, or organiser estimates are sufficiently honest to be certain) and was part of an unprecedented, huge, world-wide series of demonstrations and anti-war events held on the same day.

In 2002 the then US President George W. Bush commenced to put in progress a plan for the invasion of Iraq, which was subject to the dictatorship of Saddam Hussein. British Prime Minister Tony Blair supported Bush. The background context of US geo-political war ambitions included western oil interests, and the still recent 11th September 2001 World Trade Centre atrocity in New York. The London demonstration was organised by Stop the War Coalition, the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) and the Muslim Association of Great Britain, as well as many hundreds of other organisations, who affiliated themselves in a huge, unlikely, temporary unity.