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Donough O’ Malley

Donough is an award winning Illustrator who has worked for clients such as the BBC, Jameson’s Whiskey, Random House, Management Today magazine, New Internationalist, Runners World, Estates Gazette, Haymarket Publishing, Prospects magazine, Wine Republic magazine, Sony Playstation, Frances Lincoln Publishing and Orchard Publishing.
His first children’s picture book ‘Monkey See Money Do’ was shortlisted for the Cambridge Picture books award and he has won the Scottish Book Trust Award with author Jonathan Meres.
He has worked for clients in the U.S.A. as well as Ireland and the U.K. and his work has appeared in the A.O.I’s Images annual, Communication Arts, Latin American Illustration 3 and 4, Creative Quarterly, Juxtapoz and the 3X3 International directory. He has also taken part in exhibitions in the UK, Ireland, Austria, Belgium, Italy, Australia and The USA.

His flexibility in media both traditional and digital means his work is used in a wide variety of areas such as editorial, advertising, fiction and children’s picture books.

Donough O’ Malley

Record Store Day
Wine plane
Pop up restaurant
Summer Ride
No
Grand Budapest
Scaryoke
I drew what you did last Summer part 1
Vino Patero
websummit 2015
Giselle
Inca golf head
Mudhoney
I drew what you did last Summer part 2
Pickles
San Martin
Donough O’ Malley

Donough is an award winning Illustrator who has worked for clients such as the BBC, Jameson’s Whiskey, Random House, Management Today magazine, New Internationalist, Runners World, Estates Gazette, Haymarket Publishing, Prospects magazine, Wine Republic magazine, Sony Playstation, Frances Lincoln Publishing and Orchard Publishing.
His first children’s picture book ‘Monkey See Money Do’ was shortlisted for the Cambridge Picture books award and he has won the Scottish Book Trust Award with author Jonathan Meres.
He has worked for clients in the U.S.A. as well as Ireland and the U.K. and his work has appeared in the A.O.I’s Images annual, Communication Arts, Latin American Illustration 3 and 4, Creative Quarterly, Juxtapoz and the 3X3 International directory. He has also taken part in exhibitions in the UK, Ireland, Austria, Belgium, Italy, Australia and The USA.

His flexibility in media both traditional and digital means his work is used in a wide variety of areas such as editorial, advertising, fiction and children’s picture books.

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