llustrators Ireland in 2013 3×3 Awards
Jun14

llustrators Ireland in 2013 3×3 Awards

3X3, The magazine of contemporary illustration has announced the winners of the 2013 professional illustration awards. The US magazine is regarded as one of the leading illustration journals published each year. Among this years winners are no less than three members from Illustrators Ireland. Steve Simpson picked up a bronze for his ‘Fade Street’ menu cover, Stephen Maurice Graham won a merit for his ‘Reset’...

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“Attitudes” Exhibition
Jun07

“Attitudes” Exhibition

Opening on the 13th of June, “Attitudes” is an exhibition featuring a selection of illustrations by Eoin Coveney for the iconic gay magazine, Attitude. See more info...

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Rabble Need You
May29

Rabble Need You

Rabble Magazine is a free non-profit volunteer driven magazine in Dublin, which has featured work by numerous Irish illustrators and comic artists like Paddy Lynch, Phil Barrett and Boz among many younger talents and is looking for more illustrators to work with in the future. The magazine recently surpassed its €9,000 goal to cover future printings on Fundit but donations are always welcome. For more details, go...

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Getting Drawn In to Professional Illustration
May07

Getting Drawn In to Professional Illustration

As part of the Dublin Writers Festival, prolific children’s book writers and illustrators Hervé Tullet (France) Sarah McIntyre (England), Sara Fanelli (Italy) and Niamh Sharkey (Laureate na nÓg, Ireland) will be giving a talk on their various routes into illustration. This session is sure to prove both enlightening and inspiring for professional and aspiring illustrators alike and best of all is free! The event will be held in...

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Irish Artist Danleo

Danleo is an Irish Artist with a very unique; clean and colourful style. His work draws heavily on nature and organic forms, frequently merging the grotesque with the beautiful to stunning effect. He works in a variety of different mediums and says of his work ” The aim is to create works that look as if they were created using vector software but have been painted by hand. Inspiration can come from anywhere and anything,...

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Pablo Pájaro launched in Spain
Apr17

Pablo Pájaro launched in Spain

Illustrators Ireland member and Scamp contributor Ale Mercado recently went to his homeland of Spain to launch his beautiful new book, Pablo Pájaro, and he talks all about the launch over on the book’s blog. It really is a stunning looking book – one of those you will reluctantly hand over to your children in case they crumple a page or smudge a corner. Probably best to get an extra one for them… If you purchase a...

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