Printwell Design was asked to be the main contributor to an exhibition celebrating the 75th anniversary of Finnegans Wake in the Phoenix Park with the support of the Office of Public Works and the James Joyce Centre in Dublin. The exhibition was officially opened on Sunday May 4th at 11.32am by the late Louis Lentin and Robert Ballagh.
Printwell Design printed most of the exhibits included work by the artist Roy Keegan — “Panoply of Wakean Characters” (1988) and the Bird’s Eye View of Dublin published in the Graphic Newspaper in December 1890 which, in Finnegans Wake become “a Proudseye View of Dublin”, probably the best visual representation of the opening line “riverrun past Eve and Adam’s from swerve of shore to bend of bay, brings us by a comodius vicus of recirculation back to Howth Castle and Environs”. Samples of some of our work is included on this page.
Our graphic and audio multi-media eBook is available free of charge at the Apple Bookstore. The music on violin was played by John Goudie renowned for his work with the Balloonatics Theatre Company. Click on this link to get you there. Have fun!
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