Donegal Designer Brian MacRory has designed a stunning effort in the latest Póg Mo Goal Matchday Poster series for the upcoming away fixture against Georgia.
Upside down or right side up depending on who you support, Dublin design practice It’s Okay, have produced an amazing design in the latest in our ongoing Póg Mo Goal World Cup 2018 Poster Series.
Amsterdam based Irish twins The Stone Twins bring the final design for the Póg Mo Goal Euro 2016 Poster series, and it’s a thing of beauty. Their work has long been a source of inspiration and we are delighted that their artwork should finish what has been a hugely successful project to coincide with a huge game in Dublin’s Aviva stadium.
Manchester-based studio Instruct have produced the final design in our Póg Mo Goal Euro 2016 match day poster series.
Patterns of Play is an exhibition of football art, design and culture featuring Dan Leydon, Dave Merrell, Dave Flanagan, Zoran Lucic and more running at the Moosey Art Gallery in Norwich.
Made up of the names of over 500 iconic people and places including Villa Park, Stamford Bridge, Maine Road, Anfield, Celtic Park and Camp Nou, Football Map is designed by UK design studio Dorothy.
Dublin based studio New Graphic bring us the next installment in the ongoing Póg Mo Goal Euro 2016 match-day poster series for Ireland’s pivotal game against qualification rivals Poland.
In the next edition of the Póg Mo Goal Euro 2016 Match-day Poster series, I Love Football Too have produced a design to match the hype for one of the biggest games in Ireland’s qualification group.
The third instalment in the Póg Mo Goal Euro 2016 poster series. Graphic Designer Stephen Kiernan delivers a striking design for the upcoming Germany V Ireland game in Gelsenkirchen.
The second in a series of Póg Mo Goal match-day posters for the Republic of Ireland’s qualification campaign for the 2016 European Championship in France. Dublin-based; James Loughman AKA Luky.