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Graphic design archive preserves 100 snapshots of contemporary Irish life

The 100 Archive for 2018 features iconic graphics such as the Together For Yes campaign, and diverse work from the microscopic detail on Irish postage stamps to towering supergraphics which were displayed at the Venice Biennale

26th May, 2019
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Christ Church Cathedral hoarding designed by Fergal Adams and Colin Farmer at Unthink

The 100 pieces that showcase the best in Irish graphic design in 2018 have been revealed and entered into the annual national archive of contemporary communication design.

The 100 Archive for 2018 features iconic graphics such as the Together For Yes campaign, and diverse work from the microscopic detail on Irish postage stamps to towering supergraphics which were displayed at the Venice Biennale. Founded by a group of Dublin design studios, 100 Archive has created archive selections...

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