Irish LGBTQA+ Artist Greeting Cards - 5 pack
Support diversity, inclusivity and equality.
Send love with this special collection of greeting cards! Designed by Irish LGBTQA+ artists c elebrating diversity, inclusivity and equality in all its forms.
100% RECYCLED PAPER & COMPOSTABLE PACKAGING
- Standard A6 card printed on 100% recycled card stock
- Blank inside for your own personal message
- 100% recycled kraft envelope & compostable sleeve
PRINTED BY PEOPLE WITH LEARNING DIFFICULTIES
Triest Press in Roscommon is a printing house & social enterprise working with people with learning difficulties. In the last 5 years, they have supported over 50 people with intellectual disabilities to gain work experience or skills training as-well as giving meaningful employment to 10 staff with learning difficulties.
DESIGNED BY A RANGE OF IRISH LGBTQA+ ARTISTSBecks Coad is a graphic designer & illustrator from Ireland based in Glasgow, Scotland. They specialise in vector art & digital drawing, pulling inspiration from their queer identity in their designs. This card is inspired by the Irish seanfhocal meaning "there's no strength without unity". @beckscoadMarie Pujanes is an artist and illustrator, born in the Philippines and raised in Dublin, Ireland. She is currently undertaking a Masters degree in UCD, and doodles in her free time. She began exploring with digital art in 2019 when she discovered Procreate, and has been creating bright and colourful art pieces ever since. @marieisaterribleartistNoah Galli is a Dublin based artist. He is self taught and has experimented with a lot of different mediums over the years with his current favourites being lino printing & digital art. His work explores queer experiences and the attempts to find safety in others. He uses his work to celebrate mundane moments that capture this safety and love.
Róisín Sheridan-Bryson is a visual artist and theatremaker working in Dublin. She has a degree in Drama & Performance from Queen Margaret University, and has had writing and visual art published in Ireland and the UK. Her current work explores Queer joy, and looks to a Queerer, happier future.@roisinsbrysonSelkies is a Dublin-born visual artist, now living in Brussels. Her work ranges from love-letters to her hometown to intimate portraiture and studies of the body, and of course Peig Sayers fanart. She has collaborated with the Irish Arts Center NYC, Bloc TG4, Bohemians FC and is a founding member of Medusa Collective, an artists' group formed in 2020 to fundraise in aid of victims of Image Based Sexual Abuse.@selkies_ / selkiesstudio.com