In 2004 Timorous Beasties launched their Glasgow Toile. Consistent with the original toile de Jouey fabrics of Napoleonic France, Timorous Beasties' new design includes a balance of floral, architectural, and human contexts. However, through reference to images of Glasgow, they have articulated an exclusively urban genre. Focusing on the under-belly of urban social realism, images of drug and alchohol abuse have been framed in the context of some of Glasgow's most famous architectural landmarks and public spaces. Available to be used for Curtains or Light, Occasional Upholstery.