Fuchsia MacAree is one of the country’s most bankable illustrators. Her bold and bright designs have adorned everything from billboards to books and it’s this recognisable style that has led her to two of her biggest ever commissions in 2016. Soon MacAree will start seeing the fruits of her largest scale project yet: an almighty mural […]
The most misspelled illustrator in Ireland decorates the Shaw this week.
“To say things ran on a shoestring would imply we had shoes.” As we celebrate the 200th edition of Totally Dublin, we asked past editors and contributors to reflect on memories and highlights over the past 18 years of our existence.
Now is the second winter of our discontent… As the impact of the Pandemic continues to cast a shadow, we look back on our 2017 archive, when we approached a selection of illustrators with the simple brief of encapsulating what Christmas means to them…
“Ireland was coming out of a recession when I founded Hang Tough, but creativity was thriving.” It’s been ten years since Hang Tough entered the scene. Now Michael Hennigan (Rubio) is ready for the next ten and tells us about his exciting plans to kickstart it.
As Gav Connell launches his new collection with Hen’s Teeth, we revisit our Design interview from 2019.
Our 2017 cover story saw us approach a selection of illustrators with the simple brief of encapsulating what Christmas means to them.
From teletext to up-cycled ties, meet Robyn Lynch, Gráinne Whalley and Hannah Ennis, the Irish women striving to transfigure menswear.
Dublin’s iconic Liffey Swim took place for the 100th time at the start of this month and Damn Fine Print are marking the occasion with a new show, a pop-up gallery and a city centre launch party to celebrate.
The makers of Dingle Gin enjoyed a great evening in London last night as they carried off the prestigious award for overall best in World at the World Gin Awards Ceremony 2019.
Fuchsia MacAree has teamed up with meterologist Joanna Donnelly to bring to life our national obsession.
Issue one drops this month
They say cinema is a director’s medium, but it’s writer-director Greta Gerwig’s pitch perfect script that shines from the very beginning of her latest film Lady Bird.
Denise Nestor is the creator of the annual print/calendar collection commissioned by the Irish Design Shop.
Will St Leger is the organiser of All Together Human, an exhibition aimed at highlighting the human side of HIV for Irish AIDS day. He explains the initiative and event.
‘As is well known, the word ‘orbit’ refers to a set route or path around a given point: we on earth orbit the sun, just as the moon orbits us. Perhaps less known, though, is that the word is etymologically coupled with a distinct sense of the optical: from a fourteenth century French word for […]
A ten day citywide celebration of music in the city exploring the diverse constellation of music cultures.
“With protest and design, rhetoric or linguistics around movements can be alienating so you need to make it accessible.” The role of design and creativity in the Repeal movement.