We are delighted to reveal the cover for Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth a new book we are working on with Oliver Jeffers and HarperCollins.
We are very exciting to be working with the very talented Ian Sansom again on the upcoming Calendar of Modern Letters. A new publication and website that carefully curates the best in writing and thinking.
An architects practice where the design is as important as the level of service. Offering professional, personal and intelligent solutions.
Say hello to Logan Jeffers the youngest of the team.
A look at our new branding for O'Beirns Pharmacy. Steeped in tradition the pharmacy has been in the O'Beirns family since it was opened up in Dublin back in 1935.
Seacourt offers access to the widest range of printmaking techniques in Ireland and is the only print workshop in Ireland with a dedicated participation suite in which to deliver workshops and classes across all ages and abilities.
Friday 22nd May was a great day for Ireland when the people voted “Yes” for love. They chose to amend the constitution to state that "marriage may be contracted in accordance with law by two persons without distinction as to their sex”.
Discover Children’s Story Centre in east London is launched an exciting new interactive exhibition, Once there was…The Wonderful World of Oliver Jeffers. Working with the fantastic team at Discover, Jeffers & Sons helped bring to life an exhibition that explores the beautiful and best-loved work of Oliver Jeffers.
Last weekend we headed over to London to enjoy a conversation about the creative process with Oliver Jeffers and our childhood hero, Sir Quentin Blake.
In a few weeks time, with the start of the Giro d'Italia, Belfast is set to be the focus for world cycle sport as the race flashes past the Hatfield Bar on the Ormeau Rd. It won't be the first time that this part of Belfast has been at the centre of world cycling.
More work from the Sketchbook...
Some work from the Sketchbook...
We are embarking on another exciting project with our favourite writer and collector, Ian Sansom.
More work from the sketchbook