‘A Way Home – An Slí Abhaile’ is a new art exhibition for children and families based on the text by author Olivia Hope. 20 illustrators and artists was commissioned to interpret the text with magical illustrations exploring celtic folklore. “Two siblings get lost in the woods. There they meet a mysterious traveller and embarkContinue reading “A Way Home – An Slí Abhaile’.”
The Little Bird Parade is inspired by all the garden birds that we saw during the lockdown. Happy little birds, they kept going, doing what they always do. It was comforting to be reminded that they were happily parading our garden (and stealing our plants!) and the street as the cars were off the roads.Continue reading “The Little Bird Parade”
13 June 2020. Welcome to Cruinniú na nÓg, Ireland’s national day of free creativity for children and young people. This reading was created to make the book available for all children Ireland during the National Day of Creativity for Children – Cruinniú na nÓg 2020 during the Covid-19 lockdown. Together with Sligo Central Library, I’m holdingContinue reading “Storytime: Murphy the Seal by Linda Fahrlin”
The Winter exhibition which is organised by artist/illustrator Brian Gallagher hangs at the United Arts Club, Dublin from the 14th of November until the 6th of December. I have two pieces exhibiting. Inspired by the Atlantic ocean and its treasures and meals around the dinner table; The Donegal Atlantic Lobster Christmas Recipe and the Oyster lovingContinue reading “Winter – Exhibition at The United Arts Club, Dublin”
Illustration for Queen Maeves Surf Open. The Irish Warrior Queen, Maeve, is said to be resting in a cairn on the top of Knocknarea. Now, I know you are supposed to look at the waves when you are out in the water. However, I often find myself looking in overland. Especially days when there’s aContinue reading “Queen Maeve’s Surf Open”
The Great Irish Science Book! For the last couple of months, I have had the pleasure of working with Luke O’Neill, who as it happens, not only is a Professor of Biochemistry in the School of Biochemistry and Immunology at Trinity College Dublin but also super good at explaining complex things! Together we have writtenContinue reading “Shortlisted as ‘Best Irish Published Book 2019’: The Great Irish Science Book”
Hong Kong illustration by Linda Fahrlin. Available as an art print.
Paris illustration by Linda Fahrlin. Available as an art print.
San Francisco illustration by Linda Fahrlin. Available as an art print.
Manhattan, New York illustration by Linda Fahrlin. Available as an art print.
Rome illustration by Linda Fahrlin. Available as an art print.
“He was, I take it, the most perfect reasoning and observing machine that the world has seen, but as a lover, he would have placed himself in a false position.” Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Linda Fährlin (@lindafahrlin) This little bird has just flown off from my drawing room towards the Biennale of Illustration, Bratislava, to be part of the Migrations Exhibition.