Tag Archives: Prints


This Christmas…

…celebrate the joy of Dublin.

RetroEire writes:

What makes Dublin memorable? Places, music, culture. Some have vanished. Some are cherished. Some are under threat. At RetróEire we keep an eye out for reminders, memories and hints of home.

The Ceol Collection in collaboration with analogue letterpress printer One Strong Arm is about Irish songs & stories framed in contemporary design.

Designed and letterpress printed using a process which has remained unchanged for over 400 years. It’s music to the ears & eyes.

The first of many collabs from our Makers & Creators Corner, saving Dublin memories is an invitation to share treasured memories of the past in the present.

The Ceol Collection (RetróEire)

Irish-made stocking fillers to broadsheet@broadsheet.ie marked ‘Irish-Made Stocking Fillers’.

Hang on.

Surreal popular culture/Irish location mash-ups from Black and Water Prints.

Founder Jonny O Malley writes:

I make trippy or alternative digital art of famous people and put them around Dublin and Ireland, some other trippy stuff too. Framed and delivered by post to anywhere in the universe, they are €40 each, or any 3 of your choice for €90…

Name those references (from top), anyone?


Black and Water Prints


Artist collective Subset is selling the prints and cap above, and more, from their Grey Area Project for €30 each.

The Grey Area Project aims to challenge the planning rules regarding public art in Dublin.

The profits of each print sale go to the Inner City Helping Homeless charity, while the full proceeds of the cap sales will go to the charity.

In fairness.




‘Coming Home’.

By from top: James Cullen; Karl Toomey; Ronan Kelly; Steve McCarthy

Russel writes:

Hen’s Teeth Prints have teamed up with The Emigrant Disco and invited Irish designers and artists, both home and abroad, to submit work under the theme “Coming Home’ in the run up to Christmas. The full collection is on our website (below) and a selection has gone on display in Grogans [South William Street, Dublin].

Emigrant Disco Print Shop

Irish-made stocking fillers to broadsheet@broadsheet.ie marked ‘Irish-made stocking fillers’. No fee