Here’s the final artwork I did for the Penny Dread-Zine in collaboration with Damn Fine Print for the Bram Stoker Festival, Dublin. I was teamed with the very talented Paddy Lynch who also provided text and artwork for the zine. We riffed on the story of Narcissus Marsh (the 17th century, morally upright custodian of Marsh’s Library) who was bereft at the elopement of his niece Grace. It seemed obvious to me that Grace was most likely to be found living it up outside the Central Bank, so decided to show some of her antics here.
Here’s a sneak preview of a spine-tingling riso-printed zine I worked on with Paddy Lynch for the Bram Stoker Festival, Dublin. These Penny Dreadzines (along with those by a bunch of other writers and illustrators) will be released across the city over the bank holiday weekend. Check out the Festival page for details. Thanks to Damn Fine Print for doing a brilliant job! #BiteMeDublin
Super thrilled to share these preview images of Grace a collaborative comic/zine I created with Sarah Bowie a few weeks back. Damn Fine Print did an excellent two colour print job on their brand new (15-year-old) Riso machine.
The zines will be given away for free as part of the Bram Stoker Festival 2015 this weekend apparently by vampires roaming the city on bicycles, but also at the Damn Fine Print show tomorrow night in Smithfield, Dublin 7.
Tear guy by Paddy Lynch
Rear View by Paddy Lynch
Black and Blue by Paddy Lynch