Damn Fine Dublin illustrated by Jennifer Farley

Damn Fine Dublin

Damn Fine Dublin illustrated by Jennifer Farley

“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 created this picture called “A nice day for a cycle”. The picture is inspired by a James Joyce character of the early 20th century and features the recognisable Dublin landmark of the two chimneys known as the Pigeon House.

Jennifer Farley

Jennifer Farley is an Irish illustrator, designer, and author. She creates colourful, retro-inspired characters for books, maps, print, web, advertising and promotional events. Jennifer is also a design instructor and has been teaching Photoshop, Illustrator, Lightroom and InDesign for nearly 15 years.