The Kraken illustrated by Jennifer Farley

The Kraken

This is the second of two images I created for the Illustrators Ireland exhibition “Mythical Beasts”. This is the Kraken! The Kraken is a legendary sea monster of giant size that is said to dwell off the coasts of Norway and Greenland. A number of authors over the years have postulated that the legend originated […]

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Triton illustrated by jennifer farley


This is one of two images I created for an Illustrators Ireland group exhibition called Mythical Beasts. This is Triton. Triton is a mythological Greek god, the messenger of the sea. He is the son of Poseidon and Amphitrite, god, and goddess of the sea respectively, and is a herald for his father. He is […]

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Damn Fine Dublin illustrated by Jennifer Farley

Damn Fine Dublin

“Damn Fine Dublin” was an exhibition of 30 screen printed pieces of work by Irish artists and illustrators. The screen-printing was done by the wonderful people at Damn Fine Print.  Signed limited editions of each print were available on the night. Thank you to Kim, Alex, Eric and Maisie. I was thrilled to be involved and […]

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Queer As Folk

This is a picture I made for the Queer As Folk exhibition at the White Lady Art Gallery, Dublin. Here’s the official blurb for the show. Queer As Folk is a group exhibition that will explore each artist’s individual take on what modern sexuality means to them, and artwork that will offer visitors contemporary views on […]

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Irish Writer Portraits Jennifer Farley

Irish Writers

As part of an on-going project illustrating Irish writers, here are portraits of George Bernard Shaw, Oscar Wilde and James Joyce. These three prints were chosen for inclusion in the Halftone Exhibition in the Library Project in Temple Bar in Dublin. George Bernard Shaw “A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable, but […]

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