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The Creation of Pints by Fuchsia Macaree (after Michelangelo)

Hic.

Art for your ceiling!

Mark, at the Jam Art Factory, writes:

We would like to give a Broadsheet reader a new signed A3 print from Irish designer, Fuchsia Macaree – “The Creation of Pints” for the day that’s in it (any day is a good day for pints).

It can be bought from her artist section here.

To enter, let us know your best pun of a famous painting that includes some sort of alcoholic beverage in the title?

Sure why not…

Lines MUST close at 9.45pm.

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‘The Six Lamps’ by Maxi celebrating Dublin GAA football’s six in a row

The votes are in.

Two days ago, with a ‘Six Lamps’ A3 print by Maxi from Dublin’s Jam Art Factory to giveaway, we asked you to tell us the most Dublin thing you’ve ever done.

Bleedin’ loads of you entered.

But there could be only one winner.

Runners-up:

Ray: When I said “ah heyor ma ger rup ow ra da ya bleedin spanner and me a bowel of bleedin coddle”.

Scottser: Keeping sketch while me da stroked me a bag o Tayto from the offo.

Winner:

ReproBertie: Ah sure c’mere till I tell ya, weren’t meself and Anto getting the bus from Dollyer into town and who did we meet only Ronnie, Philo and Bang-Bang heading to the Foggy for a few and sure how could we say no? But we were just settling into our sixth round when word came in that Heffo, Jayo, Dessie, Gilroy and all the lads were in the Boar’s Head with Mick and Carla and they all toasting Sam and Brendan. Well we were out the door like Lugs himself was after us an’ all an’ anyways. You should have seen the bleedin’ head on Anto the next morning. Some craic though.

Thanks all.

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‘The Six Lamps’ by Maxi

From Jam Art Factory.

The Six Lamps.

By Maxi.

Celebrating Dublin’s 6 in a row.

Mark at The Jam Art Factory writes:

We have an A3 print to giveaway to a Broadsheet reader. To enter, just tell us what’s the most Dublin thing you’ve ever done?

Lines MUST close at 6.15pm 10.15pm!

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Dublin Old School Nightclubs by Maxi

Any doves?

Do you remember the good old days before the Ghostown?

Mark at Jam Art Prints writes:

We have a signed limited edition giclée print of Old School Nightclubs by Maxi in a a2 size to give away to Sarah Murphy an old clubbing Broadsheet reader.

It’s a print inspired by all the dance clubs, including Sides, The Pod, and The System. from days gone by.

To enter, give us the craziest memory of a night in one of the clubs in Maxi’s print (above).

There’s probably very little to remember from those nights, but the best memory wins.

Lines MUST close at 6.15am!!

Water’s a tenner.

(smiley face)

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Love is…

…the stunning  selection of cards and prints at Dublin’s The Jam Art Factory for Valentine’s Day (this Friday!)

To suit any mood: traditional, satirical  or – splutter! – saucy.

Mark at Jam Art Factory, writes:

To celebrate the outstanding selection Valentine’s Day cards and prints avaialable at the Jam Art this February 14, we are offering a heartwarming giveaway.

The winner can pick a print (up to €45) of his/her choice from our love section here.

They can also pick a card to go with the print from our card section here.

Best comment to the following wins the print and card – tell us about your worst Valentine’s Day experience.

Lines MUST close at 2am.

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Irish-made Valentine’s Day stuff to broadsheet@broadsheet.ie. No fee.

Prints of unseen Liberties by Maxi

Ruth Keating writes

Tonight Jam Art Factory are hosting an exhibition in Lucky’s bar on Meath Street, Dublin 8. We will be presenting a new series of work by the super talented illustrator Maxi.

The pieces are all limited edition, giclée prints and are based on the loved and unseen buildings of the Liberties area.

Kicking off from 6.30/7pm with a limited amount of free drinks provided by the good folks at Teelings Whiskey.

Hic.

Maxi at Lucky’s Bar (Facebook)

Art-loving reader Penfold has won a ‘Ireland at Night’ print by Maxi from the Jam Art Factory (above).

In a tense competition last week, Penfold’s suggestion of Cork’s the Butter Museum triumphed as the ideal location for Maxi’s next nocturnal mission while also complementing the whole Jam Art concept .

Congrats penfold and thanks all.

Last week: While Ireland Sleeps

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Pic: Artiststrong

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Mark at the Jam Art Factory writes:

For the week that’s in it…Just thought you’d like these limited edition prints by [Dublin based deswign brand] HomeBound based on the “Men and Women of the 1916 Rising”.

Limited Edition of 500, signed and numbered by the artist. €20-€30 for A4 and A3 sizes from from both of our Dublin shops [64/65 Patrick Street, Dublin 8 and 14 Crown Alley, Temple Bar] or online [at link below]

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Mark at the Jam Art Factory writes:

Just thought you’d like these hipster Playwrights by Sligo Gary Reddin. They’re limited edition of 150 and signed. “I’ve always thought that if Joyce were alive today he’d be a Hipster. With Nora tattooed on his neck and subtle references to Ulysses (1904)” – Gary

Gary Reddin (Jam Art Factory)