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Going Green: Conor O'Driscoll

by Susanna Baird<p><i>Seizing St. Patrick’s Day as a green-and-gold opportunity, we’ll be profiling a few Irish Dribbblers over the next week. First up: Conor O'Driscoll.</i><p>P-A-D-D-Y.<p>Designer Conor O'Driscoll will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day 2013 by typing those letters again and again and again, while drinking any beer but Guinness.<p>“I will be spending my entire day on Twitter correcting people who refer to it as St. Patty’s Day. It is literally the bane of every Irish person’s life,” O'Driscoll told …

Going Green: Mark Reihill

by Susanna Baird<p><i>Seizing St. Patrick’s Day as a green-and-gold opportunity, we’ll be profiling a few Irish Dribbblers over the next week.</i><p>Mark Reihill’s latest design project involved dead rabbits, time travel, and juggling.<p><b>The Dead Rabbits</b>*: The Belfast-based designer took on a St. Patrick’s Day illustration for The Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog, a Manhattan taproom channeling a long-gone New York while popping up on everyone’s Now list.<p><b>The Time Travel</b>: The saloon’s “décor and dress pay homage to …

Going Green: Sheena Oosten

by Susanna Baird<p><i>Seizing St. Patrick’s Day as a green-and-gold opportunity, we’ll be profiling a few Irish Dribbblers over the next week.</i><p>“I must admit I’m pretty happy and excited to have finished my own portfolio redesign,” she told Dribbble.<p><i>We’re happy and excited too, Sheena. We know it’s going to be great: You won the 2012 Eircom Award for Best Non-Profit Website for ChallengeTheGreenway.com. You were short-listed in two categories at the 2012 Irish Web Awards. Tell us more!</i><p>“At the risk of …

Going Green: Steve Simpson

by Susanna Baird<p><i>Seizing St. Patrick’s Day as a green-and-gold opportunity, we’ll be profiling a few Irish and Ireland-based Dribbblers over the next week.</i><p>Fourteen days.<p>Dublin had fourteen days to woo Steve Simpson, and Dublin won his heart. The Manchester, England-born designer came to the city in 1990 for a two-week storyboarding gig. The country was coming off a bleak decade, but things were starting to look up.<p>“Ireland was just starting to emerge from the recession. … Pretty much everybody I …

Going Green: Darren Geraghty

by Susanna Baird<p><i>Seizing St. Patrick’s Day as a green-and-gold opportunity, we’ll be profiling a few Irish and Ireland-based Dribbblers over the next week.</i><p>A smart designer talking design is like a great professor delivering a lecture. Listen in on Darren Geraghty. When the UX designer at Dublin-based Boxever had the opportunity to develop an identity for the Computer and Communications Museum of Ireland, he took it.<p>“It’s an exciting prospect to be tasked with capturing the essence of a project …

Going Green: Meagan Hyland

by Susanna Baird<p><i>Seizing St. Patrick’s Day as a green-and-gold opportunity, we’ll be profiling a few Irish and Ireland-based Dribbblers over the next week.</i><p>Type is the best supporting actor of design; letterforms and typography are subtle, powerful players crucial to a project’s success, but often underestimated by an uneducated audience. In her weekly poster series Meagan’s Movie Alphabet, designer, illustrator, and hand-letterer Meagan Hyland promotes typography to the level of marquee actor.<p>In …

Going Green: Paddy Donnelly

by Susanna Baird<p><i>Seizing St. Patrick’s Day as a green-and-gold opportunity, we’ve been profiling a few Irish and Ireland-based Dribbblers over the last week.</i><p>The bunny rabbit wears scuba gear and drives a submarine that looks like a killer whale. Make that a submarine that looks like a killer whale sporting a shark’s tail. With a starry pink top. Festooned with a periscope.<p>The submarine careens down a rickety wooden slide resembling the downhill on an old Coney Island roller coaster, then dives …

Going Green: Alan Geraghty

by Susanna Baird<p><i>Seizing St. Patrick’s Day as a green-and-gold opportunity, we’ve been profiling a few Irish and Ireland-based Dribbblers over the last week.</i><p>We didn’t expect the surfing.<p>When we started this series, we hoped for lyrical odes and we got them. Many fit our cliched dreams of the Emerald Isle. Designers have praised Ireland’s green hills, cobbled streets, vibrant art and music scenes, and local pubs. Alan Geraghty, AKA Tiger Pixel, is the first to tout the waves.<p>“Galway’s a big …

Going Green: Ciara Panacchia

by Susanna Baird<p>Throughout this series, designers have talked us backwards through their shots, starting from the finish and deconstructing, explaining the process from Z to A.<p>To show you our A to Z, we’re presenting our final article in its original form: The questions and the answers. No editing beyond the rare typo-fix. No googling. No snarky asides. (Well, maybe one or two.)<p>Think of it like a mini documentary. “Going Green: Raw Cut.” Which sounds like a salad at our local organic cafe, but …