Fleck

Fleck

David Fleck is an illustrator and architectural designer, working from Glasgow. Having grown up in the heart of Edinburgh, David studied Architecture at Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen and laterally at the Mackintosh School of Architecture in Glasgow. Alongside his studies he initially developed his interest in Illustration and Art through designing t-shirts, which led to work for clients including Gap, Tiffany, Scottish Opera, and Penguin. His architectural background creates a distinct narrative to his illustration work, often bringing together fine detail and city scenes with watercolour, texture, and playfulness. Although inspired by Scottish locations, David’s collection of work strays into the imaginary and foreign, and like a city, every illustration is a playground of discovery, a world of stories waiting to be uncovered and shared. In 2012 the Red Door Gallery in Edinburgh hosted David’s first solo exhibition, ‘Our Ancestors’, a collection which explored the character of a population through illustrations of cities, as well as characterising cities through the drawing of single figures. David continues to debut most of his work in this small gallery in Edinburgh’s Grassmarket.
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Size Guide
Size
Paper Size

A

20x25cm (8"x10")

B

28x35cm (11"x14")

C

30x40cm (12"x16")

D

40x50cm (16"x20")

E

50x70cm (20"x28")

F

70x100cm (28"x40")

Size
Paper Size

A

20x20cm (8"x8")

B

25x25cm (10"x10")

C

30x30cm (12"x12")

D

40x40cm (16"x16")

E

50x50cm (20"x20")

F

70x70cm (28"x28")

Please note

All sizes are paper sizes (this includes our measurements for framed prints)

Minimum borders/matting (where chosen) of 1" - 2.5" (2.5cm - 6.25cm) will be added around images and will vary depending on the appropriate aspect ratio/paper size. Images are centered and 'padded' for non-standard sized images (no border will be added to Full Bleed prints). Please refer to the product images for an idea of how the art will look with the border/matting for each size.