Like many people, the economic crisis of the last few years forced a change on Tom Beary and made him take stock of what he was doing.
We’ve been fans of James’s work since we first spotted his artwork at the late lamented A$$quake club night in The Bernard Shaw.
A bit ..
HeadStuff is a Dublin based online magazine. Set up by Alan Bennett after dabbling with both Fine Art and stand-up comedy, what started as..
Tucked away in a corner of the vast Chocolate Factory complex just off Dublin’s Parnell Street you’ll find Gerry Scullion busily tinkering..
This Irish Summer has been littered with amazing festivals. Every month there has been at least two of three of these varying events threa..
Running a letterpress studio isn’t for everybody.
The machinery is hard to find, expensive, takes up loads of space and weighs as much ..
District Magazine is one of the burgeoning crop of Dublin based publications covering the broad range of creative happenings in this town…
Assassination Custard is the cutest wee cafe you’ve probably never heard of. Located in the 1930’s Iveagh Trust Flats right on the busy co..
Ann Lowney is somebody who has ingrained herself in the fabric of the creative city in the last number of years. She flies below the radar..
Ail & El’s wee concrete planters caught our eyes a few months back. Simple, clever and good looking. We had a chat with Aileen, one half o..