Thype Exhibition Open till 25th Oct

THYPE is an interdisciplinary exhibition of collage, painting, drawing, print work and installations from artists and designers who explore letter forms through their work.

Artists include ROID MSK, Greg Lamarche, FiST, Joshua Barr, Maya Wild, Elph, Pamela Tait, Kat Loudon, Alice Rooney, Ciaran Glöbel and Erin Bradley Scott.

The exhibition runs from 10th-25th Oct open daily 12-6pm. You can view all the photos and artwork here.

All artwork is for sale here-

The show is being hosted by On The Corner, a hub for Social Enterprises in the East End of Glasgow at 253-257 London Road.

A massive thankyou to James and Beth at GDFS for inviting us to colab on this show, to all the folk at the venue for making us so welcome, to Pauly Le Pew for DJing at the opening, to all the talented artists for making it such a beauty, with special thanks to Ciaran Globel, FiST and Josh for their murals and installations and to all our volunteers who make it all happen!

Find out more on the GDFS site:


We're delighted to be collaborating on a new exhibition with Graphic Design Festival Scotland.

THYPE is an interdisciplinary exhibition of artists and designers who explore letter forms through their work.
Artists include ROID MSK, Greg LaMarche, FiST, Joshua Barr, Maya WildElph, Pamela Tait, Kat Loudon, Alice Rooney and Ciaran Glöbel.

The launch night is 7-10pm on the 9th of Oct 2015. The show then runs 12-6pm everyday from 10th to 25th Oct.

We're exhibiting with the lovely folk at On The Corner. The exhibition is on the 3rd floor at 253-257 London Road, Glasgow, G40 1PE.

Excited to see you all there!


Thanks to everyone who made it down to the launch of RIP323, it was a great opening, and the show is looking amazing, the artists worked so hard and the whole gallery is full of colour. The show runs now till the 12th of July, it's our last show at this space to don't miss your chance to see it. If you want to see more photos of the opening and the artwork go check out our Flickr.


This Saturday, friend of the fam FiST is opening a show at the Winchester club in Glasgow.

There will be a free print giveaway for the first 10 people and the show runs until the 16th of January, So if you can't get down on Saturday, make sure to check it out!

The Winchester club, 45-49 Bell street, Glasgow, G1 1NX.

INSA exhibition

We're opening an exhibition of INSA's work on the 15th February 2008 7-10pm at 323 North Woodside Road, Glasgow. Its called "Buy My Love". He is an artist from London. Within his work he expresses the confusion of a generation who have grown up bombarded with brands, products and sex. He'll be exhibiting original paintings, exclusive limited edtion prints on stretched PVC and doing a large mural in the space. Hes giving a free limited edition "Buy My Love" t-shirt to the first 20 people through the door on the 15th.

Have a look at his site and blog:

Check out the chat so far:

Seasons Greetings

We opened an amazing show on the 7th December 2007. We managed to bring 5 artists and designers to Glasgow at the top of their game. We had illustrators from London, Hellovon and David Bray, we had Australian graphic artist, Innocentgirl, we had graffiti artist Rosyone and Scottish landscape artist Anna King. It was a belter.

See the photos here:

Basement Bonanza

For our third show we exhibited as many artists and designers as we could, we asked them all to make work that would sell for £40 and under. We had work from Bernie Reid, Amy Whiten, REKUR, ROGUE, Lachlan Rattray, ACORN, Gregor Louden and loads of other amazing artists. The exhibition recieved a great reaction from buyers, viewers and the press, it was covered in the Scotsman, the Herald, the Big Issue, the Metro, he List, and the Evening Times. It opened on the 28th of September 2007, kindly sponsored by anCnoc Whisky again.

Check out the photos here:

And some chat here:

2nd Exhibition

We opened our 2nd show on the 24th of August 2007. We managed to fit in even more hot names, like Lucy MacLeod, Duncan Wilson, Eleanor Meredith, Brian McFie, Elph and Adrian Barry. AnCnoc Whisky was our sponsor.

The photos are at:

Got a wee feature in the Herald too: