Can We Talk About Consent?
Coming in 2021

This book breaks down the basics of how to have healthy relationships in every aspect of life for readers aged 14 years and older. 

Written by Justin Hancock, published by Quarto. Comes out on January 5th 2021.


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High Tides
2020

A mobile site for swimmers. It provides downloadable high tide calendars for over 100 swimming locations in Ireland. 

Tidal predictions are calculated using global tide models derived from 20 years of altimeter and tide gauge data. The high tides are then interpreted as calendars for the current month, and can be downloaded to use as phone backgrounds. 

Developed with Brian Rogers.

Press: The Locals, Lovin.ie


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Facebook Partner Centre   
2019

Three lasercut wood murals for Facebook Dublin.

These came from ideas of community and interdependency. The walls are across three locations in the Facebook Partner Centre. 27 figures were lasercut, disassembled, painted, reassembled and attached to the walls. Over 300 individual pieces were used altogether.

In partnership with the Analog Lab.

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The Great Irish Weather Book
2018

An illustrated guide to irish weather by meterologist Joanna Donnelly, for children aged 7-12.

The book was a number one bestseller in Ireland and was nominated for Children’s Book Of The Year at the Irish Book Awards. It won the Judge’s Award at the Childrens Books Ireland Awards.

Cover design by Graham Thew. Published by Gill Books.

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Griffith Barracks Multi Denominational School
2018

Several pieces in a primary school in Dublin. To begin this project we gathered drawing worksheets from all the children in Griffith Barracks to find out their feelings about school. These provided jumping off points for the project, which evolved into a floor and wall piece in the lobby and a steel sculpture on the roof garden.

The mural and floor piece reference growth, sharing, discovery and the nearby Grand Canal. The accompanying sculpture leads takes elements from the mural and is open to interpretation and discussion.

Curated by Aisling Prior as part of the Per Cent For Arts Scheme.

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