Mary-Jane (MJ) Duncan of Kitschnbake coffee shop in the Fife village of Newport created a show stopping cake in the shape of V&A Dundee.
V&A Dundee opens on September 15! Gayle Ritchie gets a sneak preview of the fantastic opening show, Ocean Liners: Speed and Style
A lovingly stitched tapestry has captured the Fife village of Newport-on-Tay for posterity, discover Caroline Lindsay
A Dundee footballer is substituting the ball for the paint brush as his first art exhibition opens to the public.
If journalist Isobel could put any object in soon-to-open V&A Dundee, it would be her iconic typewriter, with its inimitable style, vibrant colour and great clickety-click.
Self-taught St Andrews cartoonist Peter Herron illustrates acclaimed US author Jane Yolen’s new poetry book
Michael Alexander speaks to St Andrews-raised self-taught cartoonist Peter Herron about his new venture.
With creativity flowing through her entire being, artist and storyteller Lizzie McDougall loves nothing more than working on art projects that connect people to traditional stories and nature. Her latest project is a beautiful banner called Am Bhata, the Sistership Banner.
Kay Anderson’s unique crafts capture Fife’s stunning coastline and natural beauty, discovers Caroline Lindsay
Any comic fan will know who Bananaman is – a schoolboy called Eric Allan who transforms into a muscled, caped figure when he eats a banana.
The greatest ideas can occur in the strangest of circumstances. When it comes to The Bash Street Kids comic strip in The Beano, the editorial team in DC Thomson’s Meadowside headquarters would use the playground antics of the schoolchildren across the street as their inspiration.