The Giant's Causeway Print
Located in County Antrim, The Giant’s Causeway is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Northern Ireland. The causeway contains over 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, hexagonal in shape. According to legend, Irish giant Fionn Mac Cumhaill and Scottish giant Benandonner resented one another. After trading insults Benadonner challenged Fionn to a fight. So Fionn decided to build a path to use as stepping stones so the two giants could meet in the middle of the North Channel.
Harland and Wolff Print
SAMSON AND GOLIATH are the world famous twin shipbuilding gantry cranes located in the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast. Named after the biblical figures Samson and Goliath, the cranes dominate the Belfast skyline and symbolise Belfast in a way that no other structure can. The future of the iconic cranes was secured in 2003 when they were granted a preservation order under the Historic Monuments Act of Northern Ireland. Frames available in various sizes.
Dublin Landmark Gifts
Gifting people art can be difficult - everyone's style is different. We love the Liberty Hall building. It is without a doubt our favourite building in Dublin simply because there is nothing else quite like it in the city. Almost 200ft tall and boasting panoramic views of Dublin we'd argue that the top of Liberty Hall would make an ideal public observation deck. A perfect place to take in some breathtaking views and to watch the hustle and bustle of the city below. Just a thought 💡
Poolbeg Chimneys Print - At Dusk
The Poolbeg Chimney Towers are also two of the tallest structures not only in Dublin but also the whole of Ireland. Our print captures the Poolbeg Towers at ‘magic hour’ that magical moment when the setting sun ignites the sky with colour. This print is part of our “Dublin Landmark” art print series, a bold and contemporary collection of open edition prints inspired by Ireland’s heritage, culture and architecture.
Dun Laoghaire Bandstand Print
The Victorian bandstand is without a doubt the centrepiece of the East Pier in Dún Laoghaire and the perfect place to stop and take in the breathtaking view across the bay. Constructed in the 1890s from wrought and cast iron the bandstand was restored in 2010 and brought back to its former glory. This print is part of our “Dublin Landmark” art print series, a bold and contemporary collection of open edition prints inspired by Ireland’s heritage, culture, and architecture.
Dublin Town Collection - Poolbeg Chimneys Print
One of the first things you see when flying into Dublin, are the Poolbeg Chimneys. Standing over 680 feet tall, the chimneys are among the tallest structures in Dublin and are widely recognised as one of Dublin’s most iconic structures. Our Poolbeg Chimneys print is part of our “Dublin Town” series, an architecturally inspired collection of contemporary open edition prints incorporating vivid inks and eye-catching textual elements reminiscent of vintage gig posters.
Bull Island Print - Ladies Bathing Shelters, Dublin
The Bull Island Bathing Shelters were designed in 1934 by architectural icon Herbert Simms. He designed a series of structures along the Clontarf area, Dublin, including the modernist and iconic Bull Island Bathing Shelters. This open edition print is a museum quality reproduction of an original JANDO screen print. Designed and printed in-house on fine art archival paper using pigment based inks, this piece is guaranteed to retain its vivid colour and striking aesthetic for a lifetime.