Dashing out to photograph the gay pride in Glasgow today, but here's a few scary wee Donald Trump dolls from yesterdays Anti-Trump protest in Glasgow's George Square. Well it was Friday the 13th after all!
Hope they don't give you bad dreams!
Catch ye later,
Fair play to Redbubble, they shipped the 'Floatus Potus' tee shirt super speedily.
It arrived yesterday, and is even more colourful in real life.
Alas, he's been scaring my cat ever since...and I had to turn it to face the wall.
I'll be out filming and photographing both the Trump Protest and the Gay Pride March over the weekend, so I hope the rain stays off.
I just heard the trump balloon baby is going to head to Scotland too, exciting times!
Remember you can buy one of these sweet 'commemorative' Trump Tees and other designs from both my Redbubble and Amazon sites - click on the images below to get whisked away to them. Redbubble ships worldwide, but alas, Amazon only ships within the US at the moment.
Have a great day, and catch ye soon!
It's been a busy last few days. I was asked to cut a trailer from the footage of my friends musical - 'Melania', by Brooks & King, which was fun. The action takes place in the Whitehouse and focuses on Melania Trump being guided through these dark hours by the former First Ladies, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Jackie Kennedy.
The lyrics and music are amazing, and even though I had been to see the musical at the Oran Mor in Glasgow's Westend, and knew how awesome it was, and how much the audience loved it, I relished the chance to have repeated viewings, and every time I cut a scene, I noticed something new in the actresses performances. The three women who portrayed the First Ladies were absolutely first class!
No wonder the newspapers etc gave it five star reviews!
Someone who is getting less than five star reviews is the actual President Trump, he's heading to the UK and in true Brit fashion there are lots of protests lined up to film and document. You'll have heard about the giant Trump Baby Blimp that's going to be flying in London - it's that quintessential British humour in action - polite, but pricking the ego of the manbaby it portrays.
I'll be wearing my 'Floatus Potus' t-shirt, whilst i'm dashing about recording everything.
If you're based in the UK (or worldwide), and would like one of these t-shirts for yourself then either click the image above for the redbubble shop, or for USA only, check them out on Amazon by clicking the image below.
It'll be a busy weekend as i'll be also documenting the Glasgow Gay Pride March on Saturday too. More on that, later.
Catch you soon,
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The blog posts of David Brodie, a Scottish artist based near Glasgow.