Jill & Gill

Illustrator & Printmaker from Dublin

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Jill & Gill is an Irish brand of illustrators and printmakers working across design, fashion and fine art. This multidisciplinary studio is made up of creative duo Jill Deering ‘illustrator' and Gillian Henderson ‘printmaker’. Established in 2016, our work is truely a colaborative process with the heart of everything we do is based on a synergy of both our practices.

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Formation Collection

€300

by Jill & Gill

Home & Gifts, Prints & Stationery

Medium: Colour Screenprint on 300gsm Artisico Fabriano Edges: Deckled Year: 2018 Edition: 10 Print Size: 50cm (w) x 70cm (h) Framed Print Details 15 x 35mm white matte frame with colour coded fluro red slip Artwork floated on a white acid-free mount Notes: This print includes a series of mono-printed layers, variations between prints occur.

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Iris sweater

€100

by Jill & Gill

Fashion & Accessories, Clothing

Limited Edition sweater with relaxed fit and a round crew neck style. 85% ORGANIC RING-SPUN COMBED COTTON, 15% RECYCLED POLYESTER. Screenprinted by hand in the Jill & Gill studio in Dublin.

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Iconic Bomber

€3,815

by Jill & Gill

Fashion & Accessories, Clothing

The bespoke limited edition bomber jacket is bold, graphic and obsessive in its creation, with each printed section carefully selected, hand cut and sewn to create a one of a kind piece. Can only be purchases directly from us via email : hello@jillandgill.com or through a consultation or at one of their pop ups.

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Iris T-shirt

€60

by Jill & Gill

Fashion & Accessories, Clothing

Limited Edition T-shirt with relaxed fit, it features short sleeves and a round crew neck style. Screenprinted by hand in the Jill & Gill studio in Dublin. 100% Organic Ring-Spun Combed Cotton

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Jill & Gil We collaborate and create work that is limited, exclusive, colourful and always filled with a strong narrative. Our work has been showcased in the windows of Brown Thomas Dublin and The National Gallery of Ireland.