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October 21, 2008

Meet the correspondents: GLASGOW > Wil Freeborn



The Queen Elizabeth 2 cruise ship

"I’m Wil (or Wilbur) Freeborn, I live on the west coast of Scotland in Gourock. I commute everyday to Glasgow where I design web sites for BBC Scotland. It was drawing on the everyday commute I discovered the fun of drawing again.

Its been a great way to explore and find out more about where I live. I like to plan and visit places I wouldn't normally go, to find new places to see and draw traveling by train, ferry or bike and sometimes all three.

So, hopefully I'll show you what it's like from the west coast of Scotland."

• Wil's blog: Ghostschool.

11 comments :

lapin said...

hola wil,
cool to be part of an other project together… I just get david's moly yesterday, thanks.

marina said...

Hey, Will!
I'm in love with your works! It's great to see you it this group!

rivera said...

can i join this project?

gabi campanario said...

thanks for asking rivera. you can start by joining the group on Flickr and showing your sketches there

http://www.flickr.com/groups/urbansketches/

the blog is by invitation only but if folks here like your sketches on Flickr it wont' be long before someone invites you.

happy sketching!

josé louro said...

I wil. great the people and the design of your page.

Wil Freeborn said...

thanks Lapin and Marina good to see youse here too

w

stupot said...

Hey Will - glad to see you're on board. Nice to get updates of how the west is doing!

problemchildbride said...

Really looking forward to this blog, especially to seeing Glasgow being sketched out.

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Emilia said...

Hello. We are a group of people in Glasgow starting a creative Glasgow quarterly, it will contain illustration, poetry, prose and photography inspired by the city. I found your work on flickr and think it is beautiful. We wondered if you would be interested in contributing? Our e-mail address is glasgowphilavery@googlemail.com if you e-mail us we could let you know more about it.
Emilia.

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