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Author Archives: Fuchsia
The Queen in Dublin for Totally Dublin Issue 73. Click on the first image for a WALLPAPER SIZED VERSION.
Owen Ashworth bringing lo-fi to Zyblikiewicza. (for Totally Dublin Issue 72) (The keyboard’s wrong. I dreamt it that way. So it’s ok because I am being accurate to my dream.)
Drawing of the amazing Luke “Ming the Merciless” Flanagan, mayor of Roscommon, for Scope Magazine.
To celebrate the return of the volcanic ash! From Issue 68 of Totally Dublin. ‘This is Pop, we’re not just a football blog’
Krakow’s full of loads of eye-wateringly cheap second hand shops, making me wonder why anyone would possibly want to pay western prices for clothes which are much duller in your H&Ms and your Zaras. Come on guys, don’t be fooled … Continue reading
Just southeast of Krakus Mound in Podgórze lies the Liban Quarry. Utterly confusing, disturbing and beautiful, it’s a strange mish mash of natural habitat, former limestone quarry, WWII work camp and film set. We first spotted it from the mound, then … Continue reading
Zakopane: Two and a half hours south of Krakow, land of skiers, strange cheeses, the Tatra Mountains, lots of snow, and exclamations of ‘omg! gingerbread house!” Avoiding the alright-but-dull-and-touristy centre of the town, The outskirts are dotted with branches of the … Continue reading