The present pack offers Eamonn Doyle’s two photobooks:
– Eammon Doyle, i. This is a unique chance to get a copy of Doyle’s first book, initially launched at The Library Project and now sold out worlwide. Signed and numbered.
– Eamonn Doyle, On. Launched on the 3rd of july as part of the PhotoIreland Festival, at The Library Project. Secure your own copy of Doyle’s second book. Signed and numbered.
Please note: Local pick-up of orders is available from
The Library Project at 4 Temple Bar, Dublin 2.
The current pack includes a copy of 'i' and a copy of 'ON', both signed and numbered.
You can find information about the books below.
Features 51 tritone double-page spread photographic images.
Limited edition of 999, numbered and signed.
Divided into 333 each of 3 different illustrated covers, finished with specialty foils and debossing.
Printing & repro by MM Artbookprinting & Repro
Binding by Van Waarden
Design by Pony Ltd.
Published by D1 & Eamonn Doyle
28 x 35 cm
The book is designed and produced by Niall Sweeney and Nigel Truswell at Pony Ltd, with printing by MM Artbookprinting, Luxembourg, and binding by Van Waarden, Netherlands
Eamonn Doyle has been photographing his fellow Dubliners since the early ‘90s and has developed a unique approach to his street portraiture. Despite the close range muggers-eye-view, the images remain respectful, reverent, almost in awe of the mysterious figures they depict. The photographs give us mere fragments of their subjects’ narratives yet enough to inspire feelings such as kinship and compassion. His photographs suggest that every life has weight and drama, even if its meaning is ultimately elusive.
The book is designed and produced by Niall Sweeney and Nigel Truswell at Pony Ltd, with printing by MM Artbookprinting, Luxembourg, and binding by Van Waarden, Netherlands — a production combination that has produced some of the best quality art books in recent years, with clients including MoMA New York, IMMA, The Douglas Hyde Gallery, White Cube, Hayward Publishing, Whitechapel Art Gallery and The Henry Moore Foundation.
34 x 24.5 cm