Friday, August 19

Don't Forget

Some people, eh? I'll do this for everyone if need be. New blog here.

Wednesday, August 17

A New Blog

Hello there. This is just a quick little update to let you know that I have moved my blog to a new location. You can find it here: David Galletly: Blog - please have a look if you enjoy reading my nonsense. I will be posting plenty new art, illustration and design alongside links to stuff I like and any other odds & ends I can think of.

If you're the subscriber type, there is a new feed to add to your reader of choice once you get there. Or, for your convenience, you can subscribe to my new blog simply by clicking HERE.

Sorry for any inconvenience. Thank you so much for reading this site over the years. Onwards and upwards!


Thursday, August 11

Website down

This is a short message to let you know that my website is down for maintenence and will return over the weekend. I will keep you updated. Thanks x

Saturday, July 9

Stanley Kubrick's Boxes

Hello. Ah, I see you've found your way on to my old blog. Things are a bit sparse round here as I've been moving everything over to my new site. Here's where the Stanley Kubrick's Boxes post lives now.

Thursday, November 18

Kid Canaveral's Christmas Baubles

This post has been moved over to my new blog here: Kid Canaveral's Christmas Baubles. It shows the poster I designed for them + some info about the gig.

Wednesday, November 10

Recoat Bonus Aisle

Wait, what? It's that time of year again? Get outta here! Damn. Once again, as Christmas approaches, it's time for Recoat in Glasgow to launch its brilliant little discount art show. Bonus Aisle is your chance to get hold of some work on the cheap and it opens this week.

I'm really happy to have been asked again to submit work. I've got about 6 drawings in the show, all at a wildly reduced price. The way Recoat work their Christmas shows is by assigning each wall (there are 4) a price (there are 4) and everything on said walls goes for said price. This means for either £25, £50, £75 or £100, you're gonna get something good. I've tried to keep my prices way down so if you're interested in owning something, I've two drawings going for £25, two for £50 and two for £75. Visit the gallery or their online shop once the show opens to get your mitts on them.

Not keen on my work? I don't blame you. Have no fear, there will be original work, prints and other goodies from the names on the flyer (and more). Amy and Ali at Recoat always completely PACK the walls with stuff so you're sure to find something good. It does sell fast though, so don't hesitate or you might miss out on a real bargain.

Bonus Aisle
Recoat's end-of-year special
Show runs: November 13th - December 22nd, 2010
Opening party: Friday, 12th November, 7-10pm all welcome
323 North Woodside Road,
G20 6RY

So aye, come along to the opening party this Friday from 7pm. Say hello, drink some free drink and have a look at some work by artists local and not-so-local. I'll be there for a bit and then I'll go to my bed. Please tweet / blog about this if you can, thanks. See you later.

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Monday, November 8

The List: Glasgow

Click the above image (or click here) for the full image of Glasgow I put together for The List's Student Guide magazine a few months back. This, along with the drawing of Edinburgh I posted previously, accompanied some nice words about what it's like living in Scotland's two big scary places.

Hopefully I'll get a chance to revisit some of this stuff in proper full-on detail, perhaps in a zine or some prints or something. I was really happy to be asked to contribute to the magazine. Students in Scotland - keep your eyes out for a copy if they're still around on campus.

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Tuesday, November 2

Hallowe'en Head

I guess I was a space-cowboy on Hallowe'en. The Fence party we were at had a sci-fi / wild west theme that made dressing up slightly less daunting. Forgot my camera like a chump, so here's a quickie to give you the idea. A complete TON of green facepaint does not wash off easily at 3am.

The party was good fun. We mucked around playing dolly-dress-up for so long that we missed a few acts I really wanted to see. Some folk went all-out with the costumes which, quite frankly, should be the norm. I want to see glitter and glue at Hallowe'en, not pre-made superman suits.

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