Congrats to members Clare Lyons and Conor Nolan who are launching their brand new books at Tsundoku, as part of the Halftone Print Fair at The Library Project next Thursday. From 21st to 24th of November, The Library Project will host a series of free events as part of Tsundoku, including a first-and-second-hand book market,Continue reading “Clare Lyons & Conor Nolan | Book Launch | Tsundoku X Damn Fine Press”
Don’t forget! Halftone Print Fair 2019 launches TOMORROW from 2-6pm at The Library Project in Temple Bar. Featuring work form members Clare Lyons, Conor Nolan, Ellie Berry, and Lorcan Cassidy – as seen above! Browse the rest of the works at 2019.halftone.ie!
Congrats to our members who have been selected to show at the Halftone Print Fair this year. The vibrant exhibition opens next Saturday the 2nd of November at The Library Project in Temple Bar, and features prints from Ellie Berry, Lorcan Cassidy, Clare Lyons, and Conor Nolan.
Congratulations to studio member Conor Nolan, whose piece “Underneath the Bridge” has been purchased by the National Gallery of Ireland for their print collection. Conor’s piece is a part of the Damn Fine Print Liffey Swim Collection: a series of nine screen prints by different artists, each celebrating the 100th Liffey Swim.
Upcoming exhibition featuring new work from Conor Nolan! “Boon” is an art exhibition and celebration of the birth of a new creative space in Dublin called Studio 39. Boon: noun (usually singular) something that is very helpful and improves the quality of life. eg: the route will be a boon to many travellers “Boon” isContinue reading “Conor Nolan | Boon Art Exhibition | Studio 39 Launch”
Damn Fine Print presents the launch of an amazing new show to celebrate the 100th Liffey Swim. The exhibition featuring studio member Conor Nolan runs until the 13th August at Om Diva on Drury Street.
Dog Days was made my member Conor Nolan as an experimental personal project earlier this year. The book was conceived during a period of creative block at the end of 2018, when walking his dog served as a release from creative frustration for Nolan. The 16-page risograph printed book uses simple sequencing, isolation of elementsContinue reading “Conor Nolan | Dog Days Zine”
Upcoming exhibition featuring new work from studio member Conor Nolan. Conor is represented by illustration and design agency Usfolk in Belfast who are hosting their annual exhibition in their new offices in the River House. Launching May 9th at 7pm! More information can be found here.