“1 across: indefinite article (1)”

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Concepts and what-had-you for preceding poster’s successor and predecessors: Sideproject in an Daingean, 2012. It quickly became clear that designing graphics is totally different to “drawing a thing”.

Festival Smell of Boiled Soil

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RSM: I don’t know what the deal is with my phone.

Two can play that game

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Dilaphosaurus: choose to believe.

The thing about the Triassic is it always tries walking it in

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Hey watch it Buddy

SIDEPROJECT @ OTHER VOICES, An Daingean, Dec 1st

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Our excellent friends in Sideproject asked myself and The Man Æ to do a gig poster for their gig over the December opening weekend during the Other Voices music festival. This didn’t get… Continue reading

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XIII 61: that’ll be 2.60

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probably shouldn’t be tagging these.

Heart Cooks Brain

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Heart Cooks Brain. Heartmonculous! Fighting a Cerebrosuit! Themselves at the mercy of larger malevolencies. Design for a mightywallet. Also, I love brown paper, so the inside is:   If you’ve been wondering what… Continue reading

XIII 60: heart cooks brain concept

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remember this? see next.

XIII 58 – 59: woolly hat

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yak yak yak

XIII 57: lamp on yer manno’s gatch

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I’ve a really cool idea for a lamp.

XIII 56: wash-up for three, please

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hang on, is that a cat?

XIII 53-54: form up on me

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These guys know what it’s about, aw yeah. This originally had more of a mural feel. Also, the original drawing in pen (standard, blue stationery pen) was bled white by the solvent in… Continue reading

XIII 50 – 52: post-processing is for jerks

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A post printum depression. And a girl with a sexy cephalopod face. This material can generously be termed “filler”.

VETERAN

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VETERAN Print fidelity, yak yak. Small prints are much easier. Also available in

XIII 48-49: More veteran reference

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Given this relatively extensive preamble, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the product will be remarkable. Not. so.

XIII 47: Veteran concept (Coolbawn)

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A repeating print for a blackboard you say? That’s a great idea. Sketchies done for a print idea. Print to follow. It was just a lino-kinda time. It was going to be a… Continue reading

Steward

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Steward Print is an interesting and unsettling process, largely because on leaving a world of familiar and perfect replicas, encountered on a minute-to-minute, day-by-day basis, your mother enters a world where nothing can… Continue reading

XIII 45-46: Steward concept

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Remember learning lino printing? Good stuff. Note: guy on the left is not in a wheelchair. And that lady in the bottom right has a chest full of fruits.

XIII 44: GLORIOUS GENERALIST (&43)

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A man for our times. and facilities, map of the Battle of Loch Iorla (C. Clear, ~c. 2012 c.e.), and attempts at compass with four axes. Some sort of toast?

XIII 41-42: Fire Assembly Point

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See what I did there? Also, text on leftern side of the page reads: UN:DHR-PANTS: Bespoke disposable nappies printed with the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights: for the discerning despot [ed.] with… Continue reading

XIII 37 – 40: Ricky’s theme

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Top-mid is Prof. Scott Rickard, at the screening of a film tribute to Alan Turing for this years Science Film Fest in Dublin, entitled “Sentient Computers From The Future Can Manipulate Time But… Continue reading

XIII 36: AAAAAAAHHHH

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Implements of construction and otherwise from the permanent exhibition of early Irish artifacts and illustrated records thereof at the National Library of Uzbekistan. Worth a visit.

XIII 34: Security guard, Afghanistan

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33 – 34 withheld.

XIII 31 – 32: ZEST? / Burke & Norfolk

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How remarkable would a cloud have to be to try and sketch out it’s shape, from within a moving car? Remarkable. There was meanwhile a great exhibit in the Crawford on Burke and… Continue reading