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Conor Nolan

Conor is a freelance illustrator and designer living and working in Dublin, Ireland.

Since completing a degree in Visual Communication at the National College of Art and Design in Dublin, Conor has been busy building a portfolio and exploring work in areas of illustration and animation; creating work for a variety of clients such as Topflight Worldwide, the Sunday Business Post and Facebook.

Conor’s work can be characterised by expressive and energetic brush strokes, bold, eye-catching shapes and a layering of colours inspired by the aesthetics of screen printing.

Conor is also an alumnus of the Facebook Artist-in-Residence program, the youngest person to be offered a residency with the programme to date.

Conor received attention for his graduate work, entitled 29 59 56, an illustrated account of the experiences of the first ever swimmers to swim the Irish Sea in 1993. Using print and animation, 29 59 56 recalled the 29 hours, 59 minutes and 56 seconds that it took to cross the Sea, through the eyes of one of the swimmers, his father Les.

 


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Conor Nolan

Topflight Chalet Map
Bigger Ideas
Digging a Hole
Tayto Man
First Five
Smell the Flowers
Big Ideas
Unpredictapple
Map of Irish Sea
Play Fair
Metal
Littlepace
Phibsboro
Conor Nolan

Conor is a freelance illustrator and designer living and working in Dublin, Ireland.

Since completing a degree in Visual Communication at the National College of Art and Design in Dublin, Conor has been busy building a portfolio and exploring work in areas of illustration and animation; creating work for a variety of clients such as Topflight Worldwide, the Sunday Business Post and Facebook.

Conor’s work can be characterised by expressive and energetic brush strokes, bold, eye-catching shapes and a layering of colours inspired by the aesthetics of screen printing.

Conor is also an alumnus of the Facebook Artist-in-Residence program, the youngest person to be offered a residency with the programme to date.

Conor received attention for his graduate work, entitled 29 59 56, an illustrated account of the experiences of the first ever swimmers to swim the Irish Sea in 1993. Using print and animation, 29 59 56 recalled the 29 hours, 59 minutes and 56 seconds that it took to cross the Sea, through the eyes of one of the swimmers, his father Les.

 

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