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Howth Harbour Lighthouse

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Howth Harbour Lighthouse

from 20.00

Guarding the entrance to Howth Harbour is the distinctive Howth Harbour Lighthouse with it’s signature Georgian house attached. The building is steeped in history having served as lighthouse from 1818, a lighthouse keeper’s residence until the introduction of electricity in 1955, a defensive stronghold taking advantage of it’s strong circular wall and it was even used as a landing point for weapons for the Irish Volunteers by author Erskine Childers in 1914.

Our Howth Harbour print is part of our  “Dublin Town” series, an architecturally inspired collection of contemporary open edition prints incorporating vivid inks and eye-catching textual elements reminiscent of vintage gig posters.

Reproductions of our original screen prints, our fine art archival prints are guaranteed to retain their vivid colour and striking aesthetic for a lifetime. Designed and printed in our Dublin studio, each print is hand signed to guarantee authenticity.

Available two sizes A4 (210mm x 297mm) and A3 (297mm x 420m).

We care deeply about the environment and use only recycled paper and card made from wood free ECF (Elemental Chlorine Free) pulp. All our prints are packaged in clear protective sleeves made from corn starch and are 100% biodegradable.

To keep your print as safe as possible, A4 prints are packaged flat in a print sleeve with a backing board and shipped in a padded envelope. A3 prints are shipped inside a kraft tube for extra protection. Upon arrival, we would recommend you take your print out of the tube as soon as possible and give it pride of place on your wall.

Collection option available. Simply enter promo code COLLECT at checkout. 

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Guarding the entrance to Howth Harbour is the distinctive Howth Harbour Lighthouse with it’s signature Georgian house attached. The building is steeped in history having served as lighthouse from 1818, a lighthouse keeper’s residence until the introduction of electricity in 1955, a defensive stronghold taking advantage of it’s strong circular wall and it was even used as a landing point for weapons for the Irish Volunteers by author Erskine Childers in 1914.

Our Howth Harbour print is part of our  “Dublin Town” series, an architecturally inspired collection of contemporary open edition prints incorporating vivid inks and eye-catching textual elements reminiscent of vintage gig posters.

Reproductions of our original screen prints, our fine art archival prints are guaranteed to retain their vivid colour and striking aesthetic for a lifetime. Designed and printed in our Dublin studio, each print is hand signed to guarantee authenticity.

Available two sizes A4 (210mm x 297mm) and A3 (297mm x 420m).

We care deeply about the environment and use only recycled paper and card made from wood free ECF (Elemental Chlorine Free) pulp. All our prints are packaged in clear protective sleeves made from corn starch and are 100% biodegradable.

To keep your print as safe as possible, A4 prints are packaged flat in a print sleeve with a backing board and shipped in a padded envelope. A3 prints are shipped inside a kraft tube for extra protection. Upon arrival, we would recommend you take your print out of the tube as soon as possible and give it pride of place on your wall.

Collection option available. Simply enter promo code COLLECT at checkout.