Urban Outfitters, Glasgow

Urban Outfitters in Glasgow invited Team Recoat to exhibit their limited edition screen prints aswell as the group creating a collaborative mural at their recent student open evening. You can see and buy the exhibited prints here- http://recoat.bigcartel.com/category/team-recoat

Red Bull Mini Drome Glasgow

Red Bull Mini Drome was amazing, had quality time, Ali even won a goody bag. Go check out the film here if you haven't already. Photos of us all are by Paul Scarlett.


Our good friend Benofficial has just created this amazing tune and vid, go listen and learn, check your balls and raise money for cancer research all in one easy step!



The Church of Ram was formed in the summer of 2009. It is a studio nestling between a complex of Baptist churches in the heart of Dalston, East London. It comprises of 9 artists, photographers, designers, textile designers, bike builders, leather workers and furry costume creators.....

Ramaggedon is an exhibition of some collaborative work done over the last year, and some stuff they had lying around the studio.... Including Paintings, Drawings, Photographs, Prints, Leather work, Fabric sculpture and some shiny metallic things....

These are the members of the Church of Ram-

Matt Naylor - Graphic Designer
Gregory Lengyel - Photographer
Kath Leone - Textile Designer
Roofer - Bike builder, Leather worker
Will Barras - Painter
Nick Babaian - Turns Cameras into Lamps
Jamie - Digital Artist
Daniel Halsall - Painter
David Lindroth Anderson – Illustrator

Ramageddon opens on the 14th of Oct 7-10pm. It will then run till the 13th of November open 12-6pm Tuesday to Sunday.

TLG Issue 2- Ema Interview

The second issue of TLG is out with a cracking interview with our present exhibitor, Ema and loads more. Go read it here.


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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.