The Big Smoke

The Big Smoke

Fergus O'Neill

The Big Smoke

€48.00

€48.00

Our good friend Fergus O'Neill has produced this wonderful illustration of the iconic Poolbeg Chimneys in Dublin. An archival quality giclée print, this image captures beautifully, the industrial nature of this now defunct power station on Dublin's coastline. Listed in alphabetical order at the bottom of the print are the towns and neighbourhoods of Dublin from Artane to Whitehall. This print is packaged in a crush-proof tube, ensuring it arrives to the recipient in perfect condition.

To find out a little more about this power station which some Dubliners feel such a connection to, have a read of Anne-Marie's recent blog 'Flight of the Pidgeons' here.

Dimensions: 300mm x 594mm

Our good friend Fergus O'Neill has produced this wonderful illustration of the iconic Poolbeg Chimneys in Dublin. An archival quality giclée print, this image captures beautifully, the industrial nature of this now defunct power station on Dublin's coastline. Listed in alphabetical order at the bottom of the print are the towns and neighbourhoods of Dublin from Artane to Whitehall. This print is packaged in a crush-proof tube, ensuring it arrives to the recipient in perfect condition.

To find out a little more about this power station which some Dubliners feel such a connection to, have a read of Anne-Marie's recent blog 'Flight of the Pidgeons' here.

Dimensions: 300mm x 594mm

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Clare Grennan and Laura Caffrey established Irish Design Shop in 2008. A love of Irish craft and good design led these two jewellers to set up a retail space which offered customers both. Irish craft was witnessing a revival at this time, with a new breed of Irish designer/maker producing exciting, design-led products which embraced traditional and new techniques.

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