A NEW book celebrating the idiosyncratic, darkly comic, acerbic and romantic imagination of Borderer Scott Hutchison was released last month.

Boasting much never-before-seen art from the much-missed singer / songwriter, Living in Colour is a sumptuous volume that highlights how multi-talented the Borders man was.

Scott Hutchison (1981-2018) was the founder member and frontman and of the indie band Frightened Rabbit.

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And he was also a talented illustrator and artist who created a wealth of artworks.

Living In Colour features a curated selection of Scott's art, including a variety of work from his early years as an illustration student at Glasgow School of Art, artwork he produced for the Frightened Rabbit releases, and a wide range of work he created during his music career.

Much of the content has been reproduced for the first time and was provided by the Hutchison family, as well as by the extensive and ever-loyal Frightened Rabbit fanbase.

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This limited edition has been designed and curated by long-time Frightened Rabbit collaborator and friend of Scott's, Dave Thomas.

Faber Music supports Tiny Changes, the mental health charity helping young minds feel better, which was set up in Scott's memory.

A percentage of proceeds from the project will go to Tiny Changes.

The book is available from numerous bookshops and can be ordered online.