Fatti Burke - Local Man Ruins Everything
Paper Stock: Permajet Portrait Rag 285gsm
Size: 420 x 594 mm (A2) & 297 x 420 mm (A3)
Fatti Burke is an illustrator from Co. Waterford, Ireland. She has been working as a freelance illustrator since she graduated from the National College of Art and Design in 2012. Her work revolves around the things she loves – food, home, jokes, colours and tradition.
She has spent the past five years focused on producing illustrative non-fiction titles across subjects such as female role models (I Look Up To… , Penguin Random House) ancient civilizations (Find Tom in Time, Nosy Crow) Irish heroes (Little Library, Gill Books), Evolution (What The Dinosaurs Saw, Bloomsbury) and how things work (Wheels, Pan Macmillan).
Her first three bestselling publications in children's non-fiction (Irelandopedia (2015) Historopedia (2016) and Focloiropedia (2017) were a collaboration with her regular teammate; her father John Burke.
Our prints are produced using Giclee print processes on 285gsm, premium quality, fine art archival paper with authentic UV inks. This practice produces gallery-quality prints, with superb depth of colour, longevity and stability of 80+ years.
Prints are accompanied by a certificate of authenticity, blind embossed with our company seal.
Our frames are handmade from sustainably sourced, natural wood, using acid free archival materials. We use acrylic glass on frames that require shipping to ensure they arrive undamaged.