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Glaswegians encouraged to snap up unique goodies and help fight poverty

Posted by Adrian Doherty Oxfam Scotland Social & Digital Media Volunteer

28th Jun 2017

Glasgow shoppers have a unique opportunity to grab some special goodies designed by acclaimed artist David Shrigley.  

Oxfam's book and clothes shops on Byres Road are selling a range of brand new products designed by the Glasgow based visual artist, including notebooks, phone covers, sketchbooks, shower curtains and tote bags.

Shrigley originally designed the items for Danish variety store Flying Tiger but decided to donate 34 boxes of his products to Oxfam Scotland.

Roisin Murray, Manager of Oxfam Scotland's Byres Road Bookshop said: "We're really excited by David's generous donation. It means shoppers in Glasgow now have the chance to get their hands on some unique items and support Oxfam Scotland in the fight against poverty at the same time."

The products are priced from 99p to £3.99 and are on sale now.

Blog post written by Adrian Doherty

Oxfam Scotland Social & Digital Media Volunteer

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