It is hoped more than 10,000 people will visit an art fair being held in Dundee.
Designer Leon Strachan and his team have used their skills to ‘think kid’ to ensure the Beano is the most successful comic in the UK, discovers Caroline Lindsay.
Michael Alexander examines whether it’s time to put the brakes on ‘fast fashion’ for the sake of the environment and a sometimes exploited global workforce.
Delicate tendrils, flowers and vine leaves twine their way up a slender green tentacle to create something incredibly special. The Vine Arm is a beautiful botanical prosthetic arm designed by Sophie de Oliveira Barata for model Kelly Knox, and is currently on display at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh.
If you go down to the woods today, you’re in for a big surprise. Except, in Janice Davidson’s case, her local wood provided the inspiration for the name of her business Bearitz, making handmade collectable teddy bears.
They say he’s one of the best poets you’ve never heard of – or, more accurately, have not yet heard of – and the publication of a collection of poetry by Jim Stewart is as much a testimony to love, respect and friendship as it is to his talent.
Visitors to The McManus in Dundee will be invited to view the museum’s collection with fresh eyes thanks to its new exhibition by American conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner.
Gregarious Glasgow: Following in the footsteps of Charles Rennie Mackintosh 150 years after his birth
Michael Alexander spent a weekend in Glasgow following in the footsteps of designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh who was born 150 years ago this year.
Forget Banksy, there’s a new artist in town. Balesy, otherwise known as Fleur Baxter, has been brightening up the fields around the East Skichen Farm in Angus with her straw bale art.
Festival of the Future, from October 17-21, will be a chance to shout about everything that’s fantastic about Dundee, manager Anna Day tells Gayle Ritchie