Originals for Sale

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We have a selection of original work for sale in our shop

 

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A watercolour and ink painting of St Brigid.
50% of all proceeds go to Abortion Rights Campaign​
€60 210×297 mm
http://shop.paperpanther.ie/product/touchedbyfireoriginal/

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A watercolour and ink painting of a Raccoon Washing potatoes
€45 150x150mm
http://shop.paperpanther.ie/product/wash-bear/

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A watercolour and ink painting of a Raccoon eating a sandwich
€25 150x150mm
http://shop.paperpanther.ie/product/trash-panda/

NEW PRINTS!

Along with the recent An tEarrach Thiar scene illustrations, we’ve also released some additional prints for sale on the Paper Panther Shop:

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Raven
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Battling Wolfhounds
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Chaloupa in an armchair
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Werewolf
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St Brigid: 50% of proceeds from this print’s sale will go to the Abortion Rights Campaign
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An tEarrach Thiar Prints!

We have added a selection of prints from Eimhin’s forthcoming film An tEarrach Thiar, available as high quality A4-sized prints for €25 and archival quality A3-sized prints for €80!
If you’d like to take home some of the scenery of 1930s Inis Mór, swing by our shop here: http://shop.paperpanther.ie/product/an-tearrach-thiar-prints/atet_01 atet_04 atet_05 atet_08

New Greeting Cards!

We’ve added four more greeting cards to our Shop

The Thin Air

Our interview with the Thin Air is online! We have a three page spot, with photography by Aidan Kelly-Murphy. Many thanks to Loreana Rushe for getting us on board! You can read the full issue here: LINK

In other news, we tested out one of our screens during the week and today the shirts finally arrived from our supplier, so we’ll be be getting into our first run of 25 shortly.

Be sure to check out our Shop, and by all means let us know if you have any questions or suggestions.

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T-SHIRTS!

 

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Here are recent T-shirt design concepts by Eimhin, along with some mockups featuring older illustrations to give an idea of what they’d look like on the shirts.

These would be produced using a 3 colour screenprint process, so will probably involve a number of colour or stencil tweaks to get them working in as neat a way as possible, as well as figuring out what colour fabrics to work with that would best suit the illustration. We might do a little voting system once we have five or six designs on-line, so you can choose whichever one will be the first to go under the screen printing press.

In the coming weeks you’ll be able to buy these shirts, as well as animated flipbooks, prints and pop-up cards, once we’ve finished with the final tweaks, so stay tuned!