Print, Protest & the Polls

I’m delighted to have been invited by the National Print Museum to produce a print in response to their exhibition, ‘Print, Protest and The Polls: The Irish women’s suffrage campaign and the power of print media’.

Dave Darcy of One Strong Arm and Jamie Murphy of The Salvage Press have also been invited to respond to the upcoming exhibition theme exploring its contemporary relevance.

Each artist has produced their own letterpress print that will be on display during the exhibition. The prints will also be on sale in store and online from 16 May. Each print is of a limited edition of just 100 – commemorating 100 years of women’s right to vote and will be sale for €100 each or a special price of €280 for the set.

You can view and buy the print here:

And you’ll find more about the exhibition here: Print, protest & the polls


2 Responses to Print, Protest & the Polls

    • Thanks Marta! Keeping it under wraps for a few days but will be available when the exhibition opens next week!

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