Three to See at Offset 2019

Posted April 2, 2019 in Design

The annual pilgrimage to Offset is almost upon us. As the festival turns ten this year, it continues to bring homegrown and foreign talents into focus across platforms such as photography, design, illustration, typography and animation.

As always it’s a packed couple of days, including an appearance by Irish photographer Gillian Hyland who recently talked to us about the experiences and encounters which shape her.

Here’s our picks of three others to see here…

Lance Wyman

Wyman is graphic design royalty having bequeathed us with the 1968 Mexico Olympics identity among many other achievements.

Now in his eighties, this is a chance to pay respect.


Victo Ngai

Compelling illustrations which reference comic book drawings, classic children’s book illustrations and the work of Japanese painters.


James Victore

Artist, author and activist, James Victore is an irreverent prophet for the creative industries and has twice exhibited at MOMA.

Words: Michael McDermott

Offset is on at the Point Square from April 5 to 7. Tickets €55 (student)/€99 for day and €125-235 for weekend.


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