Mojo Magazine - Yo La Tengo

Photography

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Mojo Magazine - Yo La Tengo

Micky was delighted to be asked by Mojo magazine to shoot a concert in the Olympia (Dublin) for a double page spread in the July 2018 edition.

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Winter Papers 3

Art & Photography

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Winter Papers 3

Joanne ‘Betty’s’ Limerick photographs selected by Kevin Barry for Ireland’s Annual Arts Anthology.

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Brand New Retro

Photography

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Brand New Retro

Brand New Retro is an award winning online library of vintage Irish pop culture and advertising run lovingly by Brian McMahon or Doug to some.

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Sins of the Past

Design & Photography

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Sins of the Past

A request for for a book cover brought Betty back to an old haunt in Dundalk.

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Ray Sell

Art & Photography

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Ray Sell

These iconic 2D and 3D collages give us a distorted view on what we though was great about the past.

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O Winston Link - Midnight Special

Photography

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O Winston Link - Midnight Special

O Winston Link an American photographer best known for his photographs of the Norfolk and Western steam locomotives. Taken between 1955 and 1960 these images document the last years of the large steam powered engines. Link approached the management of the N&W line and offered to take the images for free if he was allowed full access to capture the images.

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Dan Hillier - Feather & Claw

Art & Design

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Dan Hillier - Feather & Claw

A friend of mine in London suggested I Like Dan Hillier’s Facebook page. I had a quick look at his work, these strange half man half beast Victorian looking creatures were right up my alley.

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Elmo Tide

Photography

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Elmo Tide

There is what they call street photography and then there’s Elmo Tide. These photos stopped me in my tracks when I clicked through to a friends post on Facebook.

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RESORT by Anna Fox

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RESORT by Anna Fox

Butlins Mosney was a very happy part of my childhood. For a few years in the 1970’s we would pack up for two weeks and drive miles and miles from Dundalk. Well it was actually only about an hour up the road but since we didn’t own a car being in one was always intensely long and exciting.

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