Wall-Worthy: 7 Irish Illustrators And Print-Makers To Decorate Your GAFF With

We are blessed with a whole host of incredible illustrators and print-makers here in Ireland.

A simple print or illustration can be the making of a place. Seriously, a beautiful, framed piece of affordable artwork can say so much more about you and your abode’s vibe than anything else, and give your home a shot of personality in an instant.

Here are a few of our favourites Irish illustrators and print-makers to get you going.

For fashion-lovers 

Carol Mahon’s illustrations are a fashion-lover’s dream. Think ethereal characters, lots of antlers and accessories, all softly drawn. We have been big fans for a while – check out all of her pieces here and order a bunch for yourself while you’re at it.

Carol Mahon
Featherhead Illustration

For homebirds 

You Eire-loving lads and lassies will love everything by Clover Rua. Their hand drawn lighthouses, doors of Dublin and colourful interpretations of famous Irish landmarks  are the perfect gift for Irish-obsessives.

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For history buffs

Homebound Digital Illustration’s ode to 1916 comes in the form of these beautiful illustrated portraits and quotes by leaders of the Rising. We spotted these beauties at Jam Art Prints and fell in love instantly.


For travel bugs 

We want every one of Me&Him&You‘s city prints. They’re so simple, slick and act as the best reminder of our favourite cities and why travel is always a good idea (NYC, come at us).



For the cool kids

Everything Damn Fine Print make is wall-worthy. This is kind of a one stop shop for all things printed – check out the Michael Collins shopping print and the Planting Ideas print, two of our favourites.


For fairtytale lovers 

Kitty Moss is one of all time favourite illustrators. She’s open for commissions and her prints really are something special. We love these pretty pieces – add them to your wall’s wish list immediately.



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