Planting Ideasby Damn Fine Print
Size: 400 mm x 500 mm
Paper: 300gsm Munken Pure
Process: Hand screen print
Edition Size: 40
Artist and Designer Steve McCarthy uses a gardening analogy to emphasis the importance of looking after your mental health. The gardener is maintaining his plants to produce those ‘lightbulb’ moments that we all know and love.
"When I was feeling frustrated as a child, I would head out to the garden, sit amongst the rosemary and doc leaves and stare at the trees, until my dad told me to help him plant something or dig a hole for him. It was in these idle moments I learnt to let my mind wander, to plant the seeds of all my hopes and dreams, and let my ideas grow. “ - Steve McCarthy
Steve Mccarthy is a Dublin based designer, illustrator and bearded gentleman. His style is bold, colourful and inspired by humour and wit. He sadly cannot ride a horse or sail a boat with any convincing skill, but to date that has yet to hold him back. His first children's book Sally go round the stars was nominated for the bord gais children's book of the year. Steve worked as a background designer for the animated feature film Song of the Sea which was nominated for an academy award. Steve is also totally comfortable writing in the 3rd person. Steve plans to continue producing children’s picture books and use illustration in all manner of weird and wonderful projects.
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.
Please note colours may vary between computer screens