Pedal on Parliament

This weekend I took part helping out at the Pedal on Parliament cycle demo in Glasgow. We started off at Pollock park with a feeder ride that took us into Glasgow Green for the main event. it was an inspiring day with a very diverse bunch of people together trying to bring awareness of making our cities cycle friendly.

Kelvin Pocket

A relatively new wee café just near the Kelvingbridge Underground.

Kelvin Pocket
72 S Woodside Rd,
Glasgow G4 9HG

Lucky Beans

A cool wee coffee kiosk that means at least you can get a decent coffee in a Glasgow train station, they also roast their own coffee.

Luckie Beans

Watercolours…

I’ve put some new watercolours up on my Etsy site for sale

www.etsy.com/uk/shop/wilfreeborn

Tonkatsu Ramen

from Ramen Dayo and their new premises in Queen Street.

La Cheetah, 73 Queen Street,
Glasgow
G1 3BZ

Adam Smith

A watercolour portrait of the economist Adam Smith 1723 -1790. Kirkcaldy’s famous son.

Announcement

A bit of illustration reportage from Monday when I went to Bute House in Edinburgh to catch Nicola Sturgeon’s press announcement calling for a new Scottish independence referendum.

Haircut

Getting a well needed rescue haircut after a disastrous visit to an earlier barber.

KAF

Last Tuesday, I went to the newly opened KAF café in Glasgow’s Partick. Its a beautifully designed space serving Scandinavian inspired food with carefully selected coffee on rotation.

KAF
5 Hyndland St, Glasgow
G11 5QE

Tapa, Strathbungo