This is an active archive of art prints as part of David McGillivray's Art & Design Practice, Studio DMCG, Inc.

The works here represent a broad motive to capture glimpses within mundane everyday moments, where form and color compose themselves into quiet but poignant scenes, and to create visuals which praise the otherwise ignored. Recurring themes industrial objects, transportation, and architectural lines.

The process is relatively straightforward, starting with photography, progressing to a pencil sketch, and then finally painting with a digital tablet and brush.

100% of profits from print sales are donated to Animal Equality USA; an international organization working to end cruelty to farmed animals through undercover investigations, corporate campaigns, political outreach, and development of large-scale education programs. They achieve significant successes with very small amounts of money, and are continually setting goals to improve their performance and increase their impact. Over 99.6% of domesticated animals killed by humans in the United States are farm animals, yet on a yearly basis the organizations working to reduce cruelty in agriculture receive a disproportionally small amount of funding. For roughly every $1 you spend on a print from the archive, an animal at risk of agricultural related cruelty will be positively impacted.

Feel free to email with any inquiries.
David McGillivray
Passing Audi
01 Beijing Study
12" x 15"
$70
16" x 20"
$120
01 Beijing Study
In-between games of Mahjong with family, and flakey pastries for breakfast, spending time on the cities’ congested roads while navigating the sprawling landscape is unavoidable. The roads circle out from the city centre, and provide a unique perspective on a rich, complex culture. As a visitor, you can only hope to scratch the surface, but in doing just that, the simplest of details caught my eye; the pastel colors even the most ordinary tower blocks are painted, the bright lettering emblazoned on vehicles; an unfamiliar visual language presented itself to be recorded.
The Print
12" x 15" / 16" x 20" Giclée Print
310gsm Cotton Rag Acid-free Archival Paper
Printed in Brooklyn
All prints are printed on demand with great care at a local fine art printers using vibrant pigment inks, and acid-free, ph buffered, archival quality cotton rag paper stock. Care should always be taken when handling prints so as not do smudge or damage the print area.
Framing
All my prints come unframed with a 1" white border. If you're looking for a framing option I can recommend American Frame for affordable (~$55/$70) custom framing (I recommend the Natural Maple). I also recommend getting UV Acrylic glazing to reduce fading from sunlight. Those who want something straight out of the box, CB2 do a very dark grey 16 x 20 gallery frame.
Animal Equality USA
100% of profits are donated to Animal Equality USA; an international organization working to end cruelty to farmed animals through undercover investigations, corporate campaigns, political outreach, and development of large-scale education programs. They achieve significant successes with very small amounts of money, and are continually setting goals to improve their performance and increase their impact. Over 99.6% of domesticated animals killed by humans in the United States are farm animals, yet on a yearly basis the organizations working to reduce cruelty in agriculture receive a disproportionally small amount of funding. For roughly every $1 you spend on a print from the archive, an animal at risk of agricultural related cruelty will be positively impacted.
Questions? Email hello@dmcg.co
David McGillivray