From top: Friends on My Mind – Signed A3 print by Tara O’Brien; The Bernard Shaw – A3 print by Maxi; Two for Joy – signed A3 archival print by Claudine O’ Sullivan; Stoneybatter – A3 print by Maxi; Five In A Row – A3 print by Maxi; Please Don’t Kill Me – signed print by Fuchsia Macaree; Planet Earth – signed A3 digital print by Jacob Stack; Dublin Lamps and Birds print on original 1880’s encyclopaedia page by Pat Byrne; Always Be Different A3 print By Mark Conlan and Dublin Pubs – A3 print by Maxi.

Prints from Irish artists at Dublin-based Jam Art Prints.

Perfect stocking fillers!

Mark at Jam Art writes:

We would like to give Broadsheet readers a chance to win a number of our pieces in a Jam Art giveaway

The winner will have the choice of picking 5 prints from the above selection!

To enter and to coincide with the Dublin Pubs print by Maxi (above), Broadsheet readers need to tell us the best boozer to spend a Christmas Eve and why?

Lines MUST close at 6am [Thursday].

Jam Art Prints

Irish-made stocking fillers to marked ‘Irish-Made Stocking Fillers’. No fee.

Kiruu – Nyumbani

Anyone for fire spinning?

Then feast your eyes on Fergus Murtagh‘s video for Dublin-based East African singer Kiruu’s new single.

The title means ‘home’ in Swahili and the video was shot in Deer Park and various other locations in Dublin.

Kiruu’s new album Super Feo Express has been compared to other “world music” artists such as Manu Chao and Paul Simon.

Joining Kiruu in his band are Cote Calmet on drums and Barry Donohue on bass.

Nick says: Fire walk with me.


From top: Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn on the campaign trail today; General Election poll tracker

This afternoon.

As Britain goes to the polls tomorrow….

The latest opinion polling average for the general election shows the Labour Party struggling to catch up to the Conservative Party, though a new forecast on Tuesday night suggested a hung parliament could still be on the cards.


General election polls: Tory lead cut as race enters final hours (Daily Telegraph)

Who is winning the race for 10 Downing Street? (The Economist)




In fairness.