Size: 400 mm x 500 mm
Paper: 300gsm Munken Pure
Process: Hand screen print
Edition Size: 40
''These two prints (''OK'' and ''Feel Good All Day'') developed through approaching positive thinking to my surrounding environment. Working with my own deviation of 1900s constructivism and 1800s history, I wanted to create two works that will promote positivity and well being with my own stylistic approach which is heavily influenced from the surrounding architectural features and the historical context of Dublin as a city. Through these works I wanted to promote a feel good message, utilising our history, architecture and culture to propagate awareness and acceptance of mental health.''
Neil Dunne is a young print artist currently researching an MFA at the National College of Art and Design. His works explores the the significance of the urban landscape on personal experience creating work that responds to the inner city of Dublin.
Signed by Artist
(20% of proceed from the sale of this screenprint go towards St.Patricks Mental Health Services)
This poster is sold unframed securely packaged in a cardboard tube.
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