You know you’re Irish… Going Out
““Are you goin’ out, or are you goin’ out out?”.” Humorous Ceramic Tile Art.
Each ceramic is individually printed and hand-finished in our Galway studio. They are float-mounted in a deep-box frame.
- A uniquely Irish phrase
- Engraved illustration of pints of Guinness
- Framed Ceramic in Deep Box Frame : 230mm x 230mm (9 inches x 9 inches)
- Handmade in Ireland
This is from our You Know You're Irish..... series.
A unique set of humorous ceramic art tiles that are tell tale signs that makes someone typically Irish. This could be a phrase, an object, a location or an observation that only someone from Ireland would know. These are things that Irish people do or say that are hard to explain to the onlooking outsider. It is these little quirks and eccentricities that make Irish people so unique.
You Know You're Irish...
When you ask someone: “Are you goin’ out, or are you goin’ out out?” ... meaning are you going for one or two drinks or on a seisiún (session - multiple drinks).
On this design, the main heading in an Irish type display font, and the explanation of the heading is in an old typewriter font which is easy to read and suits the design style. The image is of the immersion switch, we have illustrated this in an old engraving style illustration. This lovely etched style makes a unique illustration that also looks vintage or retro, with a subtle hint of colour. This illustration technique suits the theme of this ceramic art series.
Each Ceramic Print is individually produced ensuring attention to detail and uniqueness - no two are exactly the same.
The images are printed and pressed one at a time onto our specially coated ceramic art tiles.
Frame outer dimensions is 230mm x 230mm
Deep Box Frame in Limed White colour (soft white) which shows off its wood grain finish. Ceramic is "Float-Mounted" which gives the illusion of floating within the frame.
Individually digitally printed and hand-pressed reproduction of an original engraving/illustration print.
All Framed Ceramics are protected by bubble-wrap and cardboard packaging.