see here), but it was nice to see the some of the changes in its new location the Clyde waterfront.
Zaha Hadid (1950-), the first woman to win the Pritzker Prize for Architecture in 30 years. I really liked how the building blended in with the surroundings on the river front.
The van was part of Glasgow's 1997 'Salaam Festival of Islamic Culture and Art'. For the festival, artist Afshan Abid came over from Pakistan to help Glasgow art students decorate this van Karachi-style. In Pakistan, you can see truck art on everything from horse-drawn carts to lorries and buses.
There were a lot of bikes.
'Let Glasgow Flourish'.Grocers.
I have a lot more photographs so if you interested, please see the next blog post; and if your interested in reading more about the opening of the Riverside Museum, follow here.