A cult classic from David Shrigley featured in countless publications, blogs and on the guardian, the Heroin and Cocaine Salt & Pepper shakers are a collector’s item that’s also highly functional. Their return comes with major hype on the way.
David Shrigley is a Scottish artist who has come to prominence through his drawings, publications, and sculptural works. His drawings have a kind of throwaway beauty peopled as they are with monster children, idiots, aliens, bad parents and full of twisted lists and exchanges. Shrigley’s artist’s books act as an index of his angst about modern living, his disappointments, and his cynicism.
David Shrigley – Don’t Touch My Stuff (Tote Bag)
Third Drawer Down in collaboration with Scottish artist David Shrigley are pleased to present the Don’t Touch My Stuff cotton tote. Don’t touch my stuff, or my face or my hair. Seriously.349 SEK
David Shrigley – Fucking Ace Air Freshener
This car freshener is part of our Play collection, a collaboration between Third Drawer Down and unofficially labelled as ‘talcum powder scented’ to some, this irreverently spirited product is keen to arouse your nostrils and cleanse your car dashboards.89 SEK
Ridiculous Inflatable Swan-thing
Originally designed as a limited edition sculptural piece, cast in heavy polyurethane resin, the David Shrigley Swan has been blown up, literally. This inflatable swan may be missing the graceful curves true to a classic swan, but with its hand-drawn blank expression and erect white neck, it knows exactly what it is, it is a […]549 SEK