Signwriting on glass, using a prismatic capital , block, roman and script lettering for Westport’s quirky boutique wine bar, The Gallery
Hand-painted sign for Walsh’s shop, Mace, with the main lettering and colour scheme based on 19th century railway lettering for an old-timey feel
This sign features a lot of traditional techniques, such as marbling, lining, shading and so on. The basic logotype design is taken from mid-19th century signwriting on the inside of the safe in the old shop.
Two versions of a Westport shopfront, one a flat painted letter with outline and cast shadow, and a subsequent version with painted bevelled face and return, to give an illusion of three dimensions.
I use a homemade printing press, built from a 6-ton hydraulic jack, some bungee cords and a lot of timber
I use a home-made pantograph router to cut my own woodtype. It takes a Dremel, which is very handy for finer work, and can scale down a template x2 or x3.
Vukasin Nedeljković’s art helps connect us to the dark core of genocide in European history through the experiences of asylum-seekers
Ian Wieczorek’s exhibition Citizens in the State of Mediacy examines the difference between a picture and an image, and the politics of both
Preliminary work from the 2013 Cork City (Re)Searches project
An exploration of third level art education in an Irish Prison
An essay on the work of Sioban Piercy and the art of the book
Essay written as part of a two-year research process looking at art and experiences of being public in Cork, Belfast, Kaunas and Rotterdam