New stockist: this lovely place, Drumanilra Farm Kitchen in Boyle, Co Roscommon. http://www.drumanilra.ie
Nothing to do with art or cards, just a general delight from Trinity College-based acapella group the Trinitones.
Grainne Cuffe is one of the artists we publish; her work is beautiful and often unusually large-scale for a printmaker. Here's a chance to learn more.
Really love Cliona Doyle's work and hope she will consent to our publishing some of her images in the form of greeting cards....she may be interested so fingers crossed🤞
Nice little Video on Graphic Studio Member, Cliona Doyle!
We're looking forward to presenting an exhibition of brand new large works by Cliona later this year. In the meantime, check out some of her work in stock, on our website.
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Have you ever visited a printmaking studio? Several of the artists we publish are based at Graphic Studio Dublin, a spacious and professional example of what a printmaking studio can be like. https://vimeo.com/229282960?ref=fb-share&1
Better start practising my pitching - I'm one of the lucky greeting card publishers who will get to 'Speed-date with Dragons' in London next month. This little video gives a taste of what the event was like last year. https://www.youtube.com/watch…
New stockist: find our cards soon at 'Nature in Art' in Gloucestershire, UK. It's a fantastic-looking place that describes itself as 'The world’s first museum and art gallery dedicated to fine, decorative and applied art inspired by nature'. I must go there!
Gabriel Byrne has been in Dublin for some film awards - here he is signing an autograph. Later he browsed in Books on the Green in Sandymount, where a quick-witted Art Cards Ireland sales agent put a copy of our catalogue into his hands. He said he liked the look of our cards, I'm just waiting now for the US orders to roll in...😊
A little recap on some of Ireland's famous John Hinde images. When we started out with our greeting card range we thought we'd completely avoid donkeys and cottages. In fact, a few cottages have crept in....maybe donkeys next. https://www.theguardian.com/…/picture-postcard-ireland-1950…