We are really looking forward to our #SEEINTHEDEEN exhibition in conjunction with Peacock Visual Arts on the 22nd on November. Want to get involved? Click the link.
We're having a massive sale tonight at Six Degrees North in Aberdeen at 7:30pm till late. Indian Red Lopez will also be there showcasing their new album, which is bound to be a blinder!
IRL are giving the good people of Aberdeen a preview of their new album which will be played throughout the bar. We're going to be hanging out with the Indian Red Lopez lads next week in on of our favourite Aberdeen bars, Six°North.
A little Christmas treat from IndianRedLopez, Merry Christmas lads!
Salt-market design are one again offering up their amazing seasonal shopping alternative. A year on from their first show at the Bikram yoga studios they have assembled an absolutely stunning selection of disciplines. Jewellers, Artists, Illustrators, fashion and product designers are all involved in bringing together this family like grotto of talent.
Eran Hilleli has released up some work-in-progress illustrations of a side-scrolling game he is working on. We don't know much about it but it looks beautiful so far, very reminiscent of Another World which is an old favourite of ours.
Adam Wilson aka fourcolourblack has released a set of 15 typographic prints, you can choose from A5 to A0 and each print is made to order. You can even order a custom colour scheme and best of all postage with Leith itself is free!
Chris Whyte and Siobhan Ogg caught up with Stuart Simpson over dinner and a few drams about the Picture Hooks exhibition at the Scottish National in Edinburgh, photos by Anita Jean Stewart.
Cain is a mysterious producer of epic, ethereal and poly-rhythmic sounds, from the Highlands of Scotland. His first contribution to Fine Grains, the tenacious afrobeat of ’Maasai’, picked up credit from the likes of Auntie Flo, B.Traits on BBC R1 & Hyperdub trio LV. The latter demonstrating their regard for Cain by appearing as remixers...
Artists Mike Hughes, Katie Guthrie, Neil Kellas, John Mackenzie & Lee Smith open the exhibition with a site specific illustration collaboration which is intended to bombard your senses and invite you on an interactive journey through each artists work.