Look what arrived today. We've got in our Scottish version of the 'MY NAME IS' stickers at last. If you need some then swing by, they're free...

ROSYONE pressie

ROSYONE exhibited with us back in December. Her work was amazing, so much so that one buyer ordered up the original of one of the prints she sent over for the show. In the package she sent over she also sent us and the buyer 2 of her beautiful mix tapes each. We're feelin lucky. Check them out. My Super Woofer is lovin them!

Andrew Rae vs. The Skinny

Andrew made the cover of the Skinny this month, make sure you pick one up and check out the interview with him inside.

Carhartt you legend!

Carhartt have been kind enough to sponsor our INSA exhibition.

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:

Andrew Rae 'Of Beasts and Machines'

We're starting a wee block of solo shows this year, the first being an exhibition of work from illustrator/ animator Andrew Rae which we opened on the 11th Januray 2008. You might recognise his work from Monkey Dust. Him and his lovely wife Chrissey came up and we all had a whole lot of fun, Andrew did a mural, Chrissie soggied the toilet, and we played guitar hero into the night...


Amelia's Magazine did a review for their blog:

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:

Kirsty Whiten Auction Show

For our 4th show we exhibited work from the back catalogue of Kirsty Whiten's seven year career. The exhibition ended with all pieces being auctioned at a live event on the 30th of November 2007. All pieces sold for over their asking prices even though everyone got a bargain. The show was a great success, mon the Whiten sisters!

Heres the back-catalogue, deffinately worth a look:

Here are the photos:

Heres a lovely article about Kirsty and her work:

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:

Our opening exhibition

We opened our first exhibition on Friday the 13th of July 2007. We showed work from a bunch of amazing people like Kirsty Whiten, SuzyQ, Andrew Rae, CRASH and DAZE from NY, Russell Dempster and more... Sailor Jerry sponsored us with rum and tattoo joy.

Check out the photos at:


SPETO and ASONE came to visit with Trocabrahma. A couple of lovely lads.

Check out the podcast of the interview we all did together and some movies of the guys painting...

In The Beginning


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Glasgow, United Kingdom
Recoat Gallery exhibits graphic art, illustration, graffiti, street art and photography and sells jewellery, clothing, books and magazines. We showcase work from emerging and established Scottish artists and designers aswell as trying to bring inspirational artists and designers to Scotland from elsewhere.