'Packie Bonner Saving a Peno' by Conor Nolan
4-colour risograph print
297 x 420mm / on 150gsm Freelife Kendo paper.
Edition of 50, signed and numbered by the artist.
About the Artist
Conor is an illustrator, printmaker and designer currently based in Dublin. Conor’s work typically consists of bold shapes and bright, limited colour palettes inspired by the aesthetics of screen printing and risograph printing. Conor is also a member of the Team here at Damn Fine Print, working as a risograph technician and Graphic Designer.
About the piece:
"And the big man from Donegal has set it up for the victory"
Conor's piece focus on the iconic Irish Summer of Italia '90 when Ireland reached the quarter final of the World Cup, after a phenomenal save by goal keeper Packie Bonner allowed Ireland to beat Romania 5-4 on penalties.
About the Project
Damn Fine Print proudly presents a new collection of works by members and contributors to showcase some of the talent and creativity we’ve seen in our studio recently.
Entitled ‘Irish Summer’, the collection draws upon a range of moods and memories to try and illustrate the fleeting joys and halcyon days of an Irish summer holiday.
All works are silkscreen or risograph prints made right here in Stoneybatter, Dublin. They can be viewed online at DamnFinePrint.com from Friday, September 3rd or in person by calling to our studio whenever we’re open.
For private collections and more details, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Frames can be purchased through Damn Fine Print in black, white and natural wooden finishes, here. Bespoke framing is also available. Please note framed orders must be collected from the store and can't be shipped.
Shipping and Returns
This print is sold unframed securely packaged in a cardboard tube, sent via An Post Standard Postage. For details on shipping and returns click here. Please note colours may vary between computer screens.