Signed prints of the drawings on this site are now available, and a new page added to the menu bar.
Just now it is only the sort of ‘single page dimension’ drawings that are available, ie: not the longer scroll length drawings.
These are digital prints on 300gsm uncoated (FSC) board, which is a nice sturdy white paper. The size is 30cm x 30cm and all prints will be signed.
To order your print and arange payment etc email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Payment is preferably via Paypal but can arange something else if necessary.
Within UK: £30, or choose two drawings for £50 (includes royal Mail 1st Class postage packaged in a cardboard tube)
Rest of the world: £35 or choose two drawings for £55 (Includes Royal Mail International Standard postage packaged in a cardboard tube)
I recently got a reminder from WordPress that this blog had been on the go for ten years. I started it up because at that time I had drawings that were mounting up, drawings that were just based on random varied encounters and as such they weren’t grouped around any one theme. I didn’t really know what to do with them, where they should go. Then I realised, random varied encounters WAS the theme, and I thought a blog template would be the best way to get them out there, and keep uploading new work as I make it. That was in 2010. In 2011 I had a show at Glasgow Project Room using most of the drawings from the site up to that point, exhibited as unframed digital prints panel-pinned to the walls. It was called The Folk Ye Bump Intae: 99 Drawings In The Life Of Stuart Murray.
Reproduced below is the very first drawing I published on the blog in July 2010. The guy in the wheelchair trying to pull himself along with his feet was very smartly dressed and wore a lot of jewelery. I met him briefly here as we both passed by The Laurieston Bar in Glasgow.