Bram Stoker Festival 2015

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Very excited to be taking part in this show!

GLOW IN THE DARK SCREENPRINT EXHIBITION
FRIDAY OCT 23rd / 7PM / @ GENERATOR HOSTEL, SMITHFIELD SQUARE

‘Join us this Friday Oct 23rd in The Generator Hostel from 7pm as we launch our latest screenprint spectacular – Dancing in the Moonlight in collaboration with the Bram Stoker Festival.

#DancingInTheMoonlight is a celebration of all that is weird and wonderful about Dublin by night, with a super limited run of screenprints illustrated by some of the city’s finest artists.

Featuring exclusive new artwork from Lauren O’ Neill, Aoife Dooley, Peter Donnelly, Donough O’Malley, Niall McCormick, Digital Beast, Colin McGinley, Brian Gallagher and Neil Dunne.  All lovingly hand-printed in sweet A2 designs on heavy-set 300gsm paper.

We’ve music on the night from DJ Flip, Lex Woo and Willo Healy and early birds will nab themselves a free Jameson cocktail!
Each screen print is lovingly done by hand in two colours, limited to just 40 editions, with a cheeky extra layer of glow-in-the-dark ink that only comes out at night. Grab yours for €40 before they’re all gone.

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With tributes to Panti Bliss, the Nitelink, Dublin huns and the city skyline by night, we’ve tried to capture all that’s great about this crazy city of ours after dark.
The exhibition will be on show all weekend at the Generator but the print shop will close at 6pm each day. Make sure to drop by and check out all nine pieces of amazing affordable art before they become collectors’ items.’

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About Donough O' Malley

Irish Illustrator based in the UK.
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