This humourous print comes from Irish design house Artillery Brand.
Artillery Brand’s Eoghan Nolan had a Great-Granny, Norah Martin, who lived on the South Circular in Dublin and was known for her pithy sayings, of which this was one. It basically means ‘Better to have once been someone or done something, than never to have done so at all’. It has echoes of Alfred Lord Tennyson’s ‘Better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all’.
Printed lithographically on 170 gsm Munken Pure Rough in a unique ‘Double Black’ printing for a jet black finish and each print is hand-embossed, ensuring a blemish-free print.
Each print measures 338mm in height and 240mm in width.