Visual artist with a depth of work exploring geometric compositions and bold colours.
Printmaker whose use of mono printing and mark making evokes feelings of an ancient nature, contrasted by modernist compositions.
Brian Giles / Sonofafoxx
Freelance designer and printaker based in Dublin, creating a range of work including experimental geometric designs and portraiture.
One of Irelands most prolific illustrators, and regular collaborator with Damn Fine Print.
Signs of Power
Dublin-based sign writer reviving the incredible art of sign writing for shop fronts and businesses across the city.
Illustrator interested in human interaction and capturing small moments, who enjoys working with solid blocks of colour and simple shapes.
Niall de Buitlear
Niall is a visual artist based in Dublin, exploring printmaking from the perspective of a painter and sculptor.
Painter, printer, and mixed media artist Mark Foran creates a range of different work, often using psychedelic imagery.
Jose is a Graphic Designer whose screen printed work utilises the colour interaction and texture of the method of screen print.
Artist exploring the the significance of the urban landscape on personal experience.
Master printer using processes combining drawing and printmaking. Studio technician and course instructor here at Damn Fine Print, with years of experience.
Designer, illustrator and bearded gentleman. His style is bold, colourful and inspired by humour and wit.
Illustrator and print addict, making bold, textural work often based on characters and streetscapes.
Designer creating gorgeous wall art inspired by retro stamps and matchstick boxes from the 1950's onwards.
Izzy Rose Grange
Artist and printmaker responding to themes of emotion and nature. A member of the team here at Damn Fine Print.
With a background in the punk music scene skilled screen printer Eric Davys' work has involved the design of record covers, posters and the publication of many different fanzines.
Ashwin Chacko is a Dublin based storyteller, illustrator & designer. His style is influenced by contemporary culture and is rooted in his love for music, comics, tattoos and street art.
Designer specialising in filmmaking, from Wes Anderson’s fictional State of Zubrowka to shopfront signs and fake passports for Steven Spielberg’s New York.
Will St Leger
Dublin based artist/activist famous for his iconic and though provoking street art.
Tutor and techician here at Damn Fine Print, with a background in print and design for musicians and gigs.
Designer whose use of screen printing focuses on its relationship with book design.
Critically acclaimed painter. During his residency here Eoin created ‘A Visual Journey From Paint To Print’.
Dublin-based printmaker and designer whose work takes an abstract, minimal approach to representing organic forms and geometric structures.
A promising graduate of IADT whose geometric studies of colour and shape show a craftsmanship beyond his years.
Painter and filmmaker whose energetic work draws from roots in skateboarding and street art.
Expert screen printer whose work takes inspiration from everyday encounters with Landscape and Architecture.
5ft freelance illustrator, designer, author and stand-up comedian from Coolock, Dublin.
Illustrator from Donegal creating vibrant and energetic work with a strong sense of character.
Established Irish Illustrator and author with years of experience in the fields of illustration and animation.
Spanish artist and digital illustrator creating compositions using strong colour and lettering.
An exceptional Dublin based commercial artist with a background in book and record cover design.
Irish Furniture Designer specialising in transformer furniture, whose work takes a structural, balanced approach to image making.
Irish illustrator whose work uses energetic compositions consisting of characters, typography and more.
Artist and art educator, creating unique and colourful screen-prints on paper and textiles inspired by themes including pop culture, vintage graphics and illustration.
Alastair is a graphic design graduate of NCAD and the Royal College of Art, often found devising an image-making technique, and then discovering ways to undermine, abuse, and subvert it.
Maria, also known as Maluda, creates abstract work investigating how shapes can interact with each other becoming alternate forms.
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