This month’s cover is by street artist Decoy. The design is based around capturing the essence of a moment, a “double take” on a profound or mundane thought.
Issue 28: By Eva Kelly
F or this month’s cover, I tried to reflect the atmosphere, stories, and snippets of conversations I had at the Liberty Market in Meath Street, Dublin 8 with Liberties residents like Joseph Sweeney, who is shown here.
Issue 26: By Stephen Heffernan
This cover is inspired by that popular city summertime activity drinking cans at the canal, and it also highlights the very bad craic that some people still take part in – throwing their rubbish into the canal when they’re finished.
Issue 23: By Tara O'Reilly
Tara is an illustrator known for her random sense of humour, eye for the weird and tongue-in-cheek drawings.
Issue 22: By Cesca Saunders
This month’s cover is inspired by the new Luas Cross City line, imagining future public transport services in Dublin and how I feel about commuting as a cyclist today – anxious!
Issue 21: By Rob Mirolo
Born on the north side of Dublin, Rob has a soft spot for Henry Street, which inspired this month’s cover illustration.
Issue 20: By Vicky Knysh
Sometimes the “Lady on the Rock” is in every single window of an apartment block, and then the one after it and then another one.
Issue 19: By Cyan Ryan
This cover is Cyan Ryan’s homage to the passing of the seasons, and the welcoming of the winter time. Ryan is a 24-year-old designer who works in a variety of areas, from illustration to motion design. He has a strong interest in colour and shapes and using these elements to depict moods. You can reach […]