“Life goals can be difficult to obtain when work comes and goes, payments are late and you find yourself having trouble paying your rent.”
“I work from old photographs because a lot of the Dublin I grew up in has disappeared over the last few years.”
“This painting, Wild Garlic and a Gentle Breeze, depicts a dreamy moment on a springtime foraging expedition during one of the lockdowns of the recent pandemic.”
“Going into town as neurodiverse person that is autistic feels like an impossible task. The noise … makes it overhwelming.”
I wanted this cover illustration to express my current feelings on being an immigrant that have resurfaced because I am visiting my home country of the Philippines this year. I have been working non-stop to make enough money just to visit my family, which is the price to pay when you live far away from […]
“I grew up in a Dublin suburb and now I live in another one. This isn’t the world of the bustling city – the urban centre. And it isn’t the romanticism of the Irish countryside.”
“This 50-foot woman loves Dublin city and wants it to stop being destroyed by capitalist greed and allow its culture, arts and community to flourish.”
Moving from one temporary rental to another can seem like you are living in a ghost house, ready to disappear at any moment.
“Gardening and growing your own food will connect you with nature, you will start to appreciate Irish rain, you will curse the late frosts of May and you will worship every minute of sun.”
Dublin’s gulls have opted to move inland – away from their primitive seafaring past. Now the question is, how much further will they move?