DRAWING IS GOOD

About

Adam Shield is a Glasgow based artist. This is his blog where he posts work-in-progress and ideas. You can see more of his work here.

Working On

• A collection of poetry from Fred Yeast.

• A website for myself

• A collaborative project with Tom Whittle.

•A collection of drawings with Anna Brass.

Sleeping patterns folding poster. If you’d like one of these, send me an email or Tweet me.

15th December 2013

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A folding, double sided poster for Sleeping Patterns, exhibited as part of Riff at Baltic 39. 

RIFF
12 December 2013 – 19 January 2014
Includes works by: Tom and Simon Bloor, Alfred Boman, Fiona Curran, Daniel Eatock, Steven Emmanuel, Johannes Evers, Nadine Feinson, Tommy Grace & Kate Owens, Albert Irvin, Ewan Jones-Morris, Peter Lamb, Andrew Maughan, Paul Merrick, Flore Nove-Josserand, Ciara Phillips, Mike Pratt, Dave Sherry, Adam Shield and Thomas Whittle.

14th December 2013

I’ve just launched my new website. There’s lots of new work. Have a look:

Adamshield.com

8th September 2013

The website I made for Rebecca Travis, an artist, curator, and writer based in Newcastle, is now live. Go and have a look:

Rebeccatravis.co.uk

15th May 2013

Sleeping-Patterns has been featured on It’s Nice That. I’m not sure I agree with a few of the things that they say, but I’m glad they’ve featured it on their site. Have a look for yourself here:

http://www.itsnicethat.com/articles/sleeping-patterns

8th March 2013

A few of the random image layouts that are created when you visit symbl-01.com. It’s not the first website to use this kind of generative layout system, but it fits well with the print version, which you can buy here.

6th March 2013

New work added to Anna’s website.

19th February 2013

6th February 2013

A few symbl-01 and symbl-02 related images that I’d forgotten about. You can still buy both publications in my shop here.

10th January 2013

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sleeping—patterns:

- Found on the 28th of October at 2012 at 2:57 PM

Lots of updates coming up on sleeping-patterns.com.

27th November 2012