Sunday, 29 November 2009

gabi & Phil showing at the BV / NEOS exhibition.

Gabi and Phil will be showing some work to help raise funds for NEOS 2010 (an early start to get some extra cash to make this year bigger and better!)

The opening night is on Thursday (3rd December) at Bridge View, on Market Street (near the Tory Bridge). 6pm - 8pm. Always a fantastic opening at Bridge View!

for more info, please download the invite here

Gabi showing at teacosy too

Gabi will be showcasing more Small Stories work at Tea Cosy Too on December 5th & 6th

The highly successful venture "tea cosy" at Aberdeen royal infirmary by Aberdeen based SMart consultants is getting a second life! It will be held in the old Pier building (Belmont street) and will feature a fantastic array of local makers & artists. for more information, please visit

or download the PDF poster from here

Tuesday, 17 November 2009

OMG - creative Identities with PVA exhibition

screenprinting at peacock visual arts
Gabi and Phil have been working with Peacock Visual Arts & Creative Identities to make new work with the pupils of Craigielea school, Aberdeen.

They will be showcasing work that has been created over the last few months - getting the pupils to look at expressing themselves in "portraiture" without using "the face"... they are producing a collective, sculptural work from the output of the classes...should be interesting!

Also showing are Jo Gannon, Alicia Bruce, Iain Gildea...

for more info, please visit

Gabi and Phil are also running a printing workshop for 10-15 year olds

Sat 12 Dec, 10am-2.30pm

Sunday, 1 November 2009

Two new typefaces from TFAW

We've been lax over the last few weeks... I think lots of things have caught up with us... but, we're nearly back on track with getting a "typeface a week" up on the blog...

Needless to say, we've got this week & last week's typefaces up for download.

Check out "Flood" and "Up" - based on the horrid state of affairs, weatherwise up in Aberdeen and the Pixar movie "up" - we took poppy to see it (first time ever to the cinema!) and she loved it.