Gianni - Armagh

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Paper Stock: Permajet Portrait Rag 285gsm 

Size: 400mm x 400mm 

Armagh
County Armagh sits between counties Down and Monaghan on the southern edge of Ulster. The name Armagh, or ‘Ard Mhacha’, originates from ‘Macha’an ancient Irish mythological goddess. Macha was said to have been one of the three ‘Mórrígan’, a trio of great phantom queens, who were known to take the form of a crow. While in crow form she would incite warriors to battle, encourage acts of bravery and help ignite victory over enemies by predicting their doom. As a goddess of battle she was often seen surrounded by fire. Post pagan times, numerous others ‘Macha’s’ appeared throughout history. They were all linked by a deep relationship with the darker sides of life; death, fire, floods and even banshees. This flag captures a fire surrounded crow, launching into battle.

About

Dubliner Gianni Clifford is an award winning designer with a host of experience in both Product and Graphic Design. Gianni's experience ranges from working in-house on enterprise tech to founding his own small start-up. Gianni sees side projects as a fundamental method for designers to continue to grow, learn and develop their skill set. In the past Gianni has enjoyed collaborations with the likes of Google and Universal Pictures, he has featured on It's Nice That, AIGA and Interface Lovers. Currently Gianni is pushing the boundaries of what a side project can be with his project;: Dublin Bricks.