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Long Walk - What‘ the Story with the Red House?? Well let us tell you...

Long Walk - What‘ the Story with the Red House?? Well let us tell you...

What is the story with the Red House? That‘s a question we have been asked over and over this year, and we never tire of telling it‘s story because we love it so much. Get yourself a cuppa tea before reading on ;-) ... The Long Walk design turned out great and so many people really love it and we believe that is because it was created by our customers, so here is the story of the Long Walk:  We sent out a feedback form to find out preferences of new designs and design ideas in December of 2018 and...

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Galway - the Long Walk

Galway - the Long Walk

In the heart of Galway, through the Spanish Arch, the Long Walk is one of the cities gems. The run of colourful houses leads the way to open out onto stunning views over Galway Bay and is a favourite for locals and tourists on a sunny day.  We thought it was only right to make this unique place our first Galway design.  

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The Skellig Michael t shirt

The Skellig Michael t shirt

We had an amazing trip down to the Skellig Islands earlier this year. Its a part of Ireland that I think everyone should visit at least once in their lives. Its a bumpy ride out there, but its worth every bit.These dramatic Islands seem to rise out of the ocean before your eyes as the ship get nearer. Apart from the cliffs of moher there is no other place in Ireland that has such stunning and raw beauty. Its hard to believe that skellig Michael was still a functioning monastery up until the 12th century. There has been a lot...

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The Samuel Beckett Bridge

The Samuel Beckett Bridge

So this design was rumbling around in my head for a while. I wanted to do another homage to Dublin, and especially, the way the city has been changing and emerging over the last while. For me the Samuel Beckett Bridge is one of those rare structures where design meets practicality perfectly, and the end result has to be one of the most stunning structures in Dublin today. The bridge was designed by Spaniard, Santiago Calatrava, and based on the image of the Irish Harp. It has instantly become an iconic sight in the city, and one of Dublins most...

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