Dermot Flynn

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Good Vibrations
Book cover / Hodder for Ayn Carillo

The Caliph's House
Book Cover Typography / Transworld

Mercury, the Winged Messenger
Music of the Spheres / MA Project, University of Brighton

Fitnesse - Delicious
Campaign / McCanns & Studioaka for Nestlé

Fitnesse - Flaunt
Campaign / McCanns & Studioaka for Nestlé

Red Lobster: A deeper look at lobster fishing
Web campaign / Grey NYC for Red Lobster, Inc.

Typography; Personal Project / April 2012

Typography / Dutch Uncle

Spideog (Robin)
Typography / Personal Project

The Abyss of the Human Species
Personal Project,Typography; Photo New York February 2014

La Douleur Exquise!

What the hell is he thinking?
Book cover / Penguin for Lisa Strimpel

Gone is Gone
Personal project / Lake Tahoe, California, August 1997

Willkommen auf allen Kontonenten
Pitch Image / Credit Suisse

Book cover / Faber for Garrison Keillor

'.....into a delirious place'
Personal project; typography / June 2006; quote: Jacqueline du Pré

interactive book

Magical Encyclopedia
Personal Project

The Organic Shopping Experience
Editorial / The Irish Times

The Wren Boys
Cover and interior illustrations / Picador for Carol Ann Duffy

Book Cover / Garrison Keillor for Faber

Irish poetry typography

The Lads
Personal Project; poetry by Flann O'Brien

Book cover / Littlebrown for Nora Ephron

bubble typography, doodles

Not for You
Personal Project; California, December 2006

Book cover / Faber for Garrison Keillor

Blackboard typography

The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao
Hand drawn typography; for Riverhead

Operation Sunshine
Book cover / Littlebrown for Jenny Colgan

Book Cover / Canongate for Dan Rhodes

Book Cover / Canongate for Dan Rhodes

Book Cover / Random House for Brian Jacques

An Irish mother

An Irish Mother
Personal Project; poetry by Patrick Kavanagh

'Zut alors, Mitzi!'
Personal Project; Paris, October 2007

'Enjoy the Power and Beauty of your Youth'
Personal Project; Poland, April 2007, Quotation from 'Advice, like youth, probably just wasted on the young', by Mary Schmich

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