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Fingal Arts

Fingal County Council’s Art’s office run a myriad of events ranging from exhibitions, walks, artist’s residences, festivals, workshops and many more. We have been fortunate to have them as a client since 2008.

Our work with Fingal County Council’s Art’s office has included designing identities, catalogues, posters, social media campaigns and primarily print.

In Colour was an exhibition of works by artists on the school art history syllabus. In our day, the art history book 'Art History & Appreciation' was completely black & white, we channelled this for the cover - contrasting it with big bright type.

The catalogue had to work both as an exhibition programme and an educational book, to this end large text questions are positioned by body text to provoke personal reactions from the reader relating to the artworks shown.

'Now we are ready to start', Fingal Arts first arts programme for under-fives was the result of the collaboration between Fingal and three artists who specialise in working creatively with children.

'Now we are ready to start', Fingal Arts first arts programme for under-fives was the result of the collaboration between Fingal and three artists who specialise in working creatively with children.

Place Shapers was an architecture, urban design and film project that aimed to enable young people to critically appraise the architecture and design of their local area.

Place Shapers was an architecture, urban design and film project that aimed to enable young people to critically appraise the architecture and design of their local area.

Place Shapers Detail

Transition year students from Luttrellstown Community College built an amazing slide structure that addressed the difficulty in walking from one place to another due to the large number of walls and fences.

Place Shapers Detail

Discipline: Exhibition / Print