Greg Moodie Refuses To Be Bored Into Submission

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Greg Moodie
National Collective


About Greg Moodie

Greg Moodie is a writer and graphic designer with an impressively ludicrous CV and a poor recollection of anything on it. Technically Dundonian, he says he graduated from the city’s Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art ‘before the invention of fire’ but that, like Vegas, what happened there stayed there.

There are 12 comments

  1. Max Solanis

    I find myself bored by the endless runaround of perpetual negativity as well. Often blurting out a few choice expletives at headlines on the newsstands. I can’t even bring myself to drudge through the articles (used VERY loosely), as I know it’s just going to be the same old rubbish just reformatted for the specific fear they are trying to push that particular day. So Greg, you’re not alone in feeling a tad fed up. I think we all need a bit of a break from the bull being pedalled. Hears to a happy Christmas, a rather drunk Hogmanay, and a belter of a 2014, Let’s all think of that fateful day we are all waiting for. September 19th! When all this will have been worth it.

    Have a happy Yuletide, Sip some whisky and enjoy the family time to come.

  2. jdmank

    Greig Moodie rocks,
    and I did recognize you in that bar in Edinburgh, your self portrait is very accurate , you obviously know what you look like,
    unless of course you have a mirror in which case that would explain the good self portrait,
    stop me when your bored, oh?

  3. phil Horey

    Why do so many of us artists support independence, well because we are ‘artists’ and as such we always need a cause,(preferably a lost one). We also no so much better than those who don’t understand us, Oh…. and also our jobs in the shipyards are not on the line…

  4. Thomas William Dunlop

    Good on you Greg. Your TB versus the Union doodlings are one of the highlights of the fight against the relentless grind of the Nocampaign. For me it gives some comfort every week after the banality of No-ness

  5. Dave Smith

    Greg, it’s just how I have been feeling too this last couple of weeks. I’ll be glad to put this rather tough year behind me in a few days and start with a clean sheet and renewed energy. Next year promises to be a year of great change for me personally and that’s without the momentous backdrop and I hope to be looking back at 2014 in twelve months’ time in a much more optimistic frame of mind. In the meantime, over the next couple of weeks I’m going to immerse myself in my drawing and modelling to recharge the batteries for the momentous months ahead!

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