Friday, April 19, 2013


Does this location look familiar to any Berlin based creatives out there :)?

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Friday, March 15, 2013

Catherine Cronogue, Dublin

'Ear is the latest poster (sorry, couldn't help it!) for 'Half and Half-SUPPORT' by Dublin based artist Catherine Cronogue.

Title: Communication

Justification: Talk to me, I’m listening. Tell me what’s on your mind, I love that we talk. Talking is important to me. Listening is equally important. I miss this form of communication. 

Medium: rubber latex, cast of my left ear


Do you agree with Catherine? Print out this poster, stick it up somewhere and send us a photo at

Friday, March 1, 2013

Berlin Walls

So these posters are ready to go up around Berlin! If you'd like to print these posters yourself and stick them up in your town/city you can download them all from this blog. Don't forget to send us a photo so we can put it up here and credit you :). To submit an image you can find all details on the Facebook event page here, or on this blog. And we're also finally on Twitter (since yesterday!), you can find us here.

Thursday, February 28, 2013

Angela Johnston, London

Here is an amazing poster by Angela Johnston for you to download and print. Angela is a London based print designer with an impressive and varied portfolio which you can check out on her website here. You can also keep up to date on her work by 'liking' her page on Facebook.

This poster hit a chord with us as one of the reasons we set up Half and Half was to support graduates. This 'Internship business' is a familiar problem with a lot of graduates today- a lot that are eager and ready to start work in the real world. Stop taking advantage of graduates and just hire them!

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Let's Network!

Find us on Linked In here and on Facebook here. For the latest event (open now for submissions) see here.

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Monday, October 29, 2012

Le Cool Cover- October 2012

Co-founder of Half and Half Exhibitions Kevin Corcoran talks to Le Cool Dublin..

Interview with the cover designer

Kevin Corcoran

Who are you and what do you do?
My name's Kevin and I'm the Creative Director for a start up here in Berlin, but my real passion lies in illustration and making things.
Tell us more about this cover
A while ago I found myself drawing odd little creatures hiding behind things, I could barely sign my name without adding one of these little guys in! So when It came to illustrating a spooky cover for Halloween I couldn't resist to give them a home amongst the lettering.
How do you create your stuff?
My illustrations start off with very rough drawings which I scan in and then render with found textures that I photograph, which brings a bit of reality into the image. I like using the wrong material for the subject, for instance the tree bark is stone and the sky is wood. I quite like using an abundance of shadow, everything shouldn't be so obvious. I mean a bit of deciphering is healthy!
Where can we see more of your work?
My most public example was the Cork Opera House's 2012 Spring Brochure where I had to illustrate a room for every act playing that season. It was by far my most enjoyable job but apart from that you can check out Or if you have a keen eye on Berlin's U-Bahn there are a few examples stuck around ;)
Dream Commission?
Working with Playdead Studio, the guys behind a beautiful indie game called Limbo. You should check it out if you haven't!
Who should design the next cover?
Lily Reilly's delicate illustrations would compliment my rather dark style quite nicely.
Whose work do you currently admire?
Daniel DangerArnt Jensen and Peter Broderick. Not all illustrators but they produce amazing work all the same.