A working portrait of Bobbie Gillespie in a BMX Bandits tee for an upcoming project
Frances McKee, another in an occasional series based on the Scottish indie scene of the 1980′s
A drawing of my mum and her sister based on a photograph taken sometime in North Belfast in the early 1960′s
Aidan Moffat - Naked
An album with no sleeve - and a meditation on vinyl
Eugene Kelly, an occasional series based on the Scottish indie scene of the 1980′s
Poster artwork for Michael Head and the Red Elastic Band Òran Mór, Glasgow Thurs 5 October 2017 Tickets on sale from Sat 24 June here: ...
Happy Bloomsday everybody, today and today only at The Waverley, St Mary's Street Edinburgh - Cyclops V's Bloom - 3.30 pm free event...
Suilven, definitely my favourite bit of Torridonian sandstone sitting on a landscape of Lewisian Gneiss. http://rki.lt/2n5lY5G
A quick sketch based on a Paul Strand photograph taken of Margaret Maclean of South Uist. I love Paul Strands photographs but the ones taken...
Joyce come all ye! A poster designed to advertise a recital from James Joyce's Ulysses as part of this years Bloomsday in The Waverle...
Good to see Alasdair Gray's rare and beautiful prints now for sale in London.
We Always Went With Noakes (Didn't You?)
As the great John Noakes leaves us after a long battle with Alzheimer's, we keep taking a leaf out of his book. We're redefining some of the conversaton, you in?
Article in today's Herald about the upcoming London exhibition of Alasdair Gray's art.
The Finnieston Crane, a working drawing for a project, I couldn’t resist George Wyllie’s steam locomotive underneath
A piece on indigenous languages, especially interesting after reading the piece - 'Gaelic: Is It Really Worth Investing In?' by @tra...
Gaelic: Is It Really Worth Investing In?
“Gaelic is at the very core of my identity. It just happens to be the language I converse in, work in, and speak to my mates in."
Good to see so many more of Alasdair Gray's artworks on his official website -- rocketing ahead. http://bit.ly/2rSXHSy