David Shrigley

Life is Fantastic Tea Towel
Bouncing from endearingly odd to throwing around wildly positive vibes, Scotland-based David Shrigley never disappoints. Made in collaboration with Melbourne shop Third Drawer Down, this 100% linen "Life is Fantastic" dish towel is a cheerful (perhaps...
Domino Set + David Shrigley
Australian knickknack shop Third Drawer Down is always full of weird and wonderful treasures—like DIY bubble gum kits—and their newest offering is a domino set donning doodles by Scottish illustrator (and regular TDD collaborator) David Shrigley...
The Thing Quarterly Issue 19 by David Shrigley
Illustrator David Shrigley may not be fond of going anywhere that's "more than two hours on a plane," but he is—luckily for all of us—a big fan of humor, and when you're inevitably delayed at the airport or sequestered on a long haul, Shrigley...
Secret 7"
Opening in London tonight, 11 April, Secret 7" is a charity art project which sees hundreds of artists—including the likes of Ai Weiwei and Gilbert & George—exhibit one-off, specially designed 7" record sleeves that will be sold to raise money for...
Cool Hunting Video Presents: Absolut Art Collection
by Gregory Mitnick Checking in with artists David Shrigley, Douglas Gordon, Sylvie Fleury and Hung Tung Lu in Stockholm, Sweden, this video takes a look at Absolut Vodka's longstanding history of creative collaboration. As guests of Absolut invited...
David Shrigley: Polite Cards
by Gabriel Bell For those with a checkered past or a wicked sense of humor we recommend a selection from David Shrigley's line of comical cards presented by the British design collective, Polite. Granted, there's nothing actually polite about...
David Shrigley: Worried Noodles
Glasgow-based artist David Shrigley, perhaps best known for his humorous line drawings, recently released Worried Noodles, a book and concept album that features Shrigley's original lyrics (39 songs in all) performed by 39 of today's brightest...
Silly Adults
The group show "Silly Adults," curated simply around the idea of "celebrating the spirit of life" was inspired by the recent birth of gallerist Nikolai Wallner's son. The playful optimism of the exhibition suits common themes...