Gianni - Meath
Paper Stock: Permajet Portrait Rag 285gsm
Size: 400mm x 400mm
County Meath, in Leinster, is named after the historic Kingdom of Meath. Its name comes from ‘midhe’ meaning middle—simply put, it was in the kingdom, in the middle of Ireland. At its height, the Kingdom of Meath encased all of today’s County Meath, much of Westmeath and land from at least six other counties. This legacy of the kingdom has given Meath the nickname ‘The Royal County’. Its history is debatably one of the richest in Ireland, with Brú na Bóinne containing some of the world's most important and well maintained prehistoric structures, including the large megalithic passage graves of Knowth, Newgrange and Dowth. Newgrange alone dates back at least five thousand years. This ‘M’ flag is an inverted version of the Westmeath flag, and captures a sharp simplified crown.
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.