Catherine Kelly, M.A. Paint and Print, B.A. History of Art and Fine Art Painting, is an artist working in Dublin
A deck of cards to raise awareness of the Irish Hospice Foundation.
Celtic Journey playing cards - where art and culture meet - designed by Carmen G. Carballeira, 2011
Celtic myth playing cards inspired by the rich Celtic pantheon of mythological Gods, Goddesses, and heroes
Feardiadh at the Ford jig-saw book with illustration by Kathleen Ennis, c.1940
Classic Guinness Posters, 1999.
Inner Realms was conceived from sacred geometry that inspired me to create and then pick out pieces of that design that amazed me, or inspired me to create another design...
During the nineteenth century playing cards were being produced in Dublin, Cork and Limerick.
The costumes and details of this pack are in the spirit of "The Heroic Period of Irish History".
Irish Historic Playing Cards celebrating history and art, 1920
Irish Legendary deck featuring figures in the Legends of Ireland, designed by Rachel Arbuckle, 1990.
Irish Playing Card Manufacturing Company
Playing card designs based on motifs from early Irish manuscripts and metalwork.
Irish souvenir playing cards. The Joker has the inscription W.O., Dublin.
Lovely Day for a Guinness deck published by Shamrock Gift Co Dublin, c.1980.
During the 1930s The Ormond Printing Co. Ltd produced playing cards for the Irish market with a distinctive ace of spades, joker and court cards. In 1935 the firm was acquired as a manufacturing facility for Waddington’s cards in Eire.
Quantum playing cards designed by Catherine Geaney.
Selected views of Ireland Souvenir playing cards published by the Irish Tourist Association, 1950s