Storm Arwen vs. Dundee’s Graffiti Wall

This round goes to Storm Arwen, backed by amber wind warnings starting yesterday afternoon via the Meteorological Office, and a sprinkling of snow overnight. Here’s hoping the Seabraes legal graffiti art wall can be repaired/replaced in a timely manner. While… View Post

Faded Posters in Dundee City Centre

“Vintage” art and design: Back in May 2019 for the Dundee Design Festival no. 10, attendees could make their own posters, using a variety of different pieces of type, inks and so on. Then the conference organisers hung the posters… View Post

EH9 Espresso: Welcome to the Neighborhood

Here’s to seeing new establishments debut in Dundee’s West End. The latest newcomer: EH9 Espresso at 248 Perth Road. Cue lovely indoor space with good street views, but more importantly, an excellent barista and beans and phenomenal flat whites. I… View Post

Back to 71 Brewery’s Beer Garden

Kudos to 71 Brewery here in Dundee for launching a beer garden during the pandemic — when social distancing rules allowed for it outdoors — and continuing to upgrade it. Once lockdown rules eased in Scotland earlier this year, it was wonderful… View Post

Seabraes Street Art Wall in Dundee

It’s always fun to have a stroll along the legal street art zone at Seabraes in the West End, from Magdalen Green down to the Seabraes Pedestrian Bridge that goes over to Riverside Tesco. Changes in the graffiti art can… View Post