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Get graphical: Announcing the official Web Summit tees

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We’re thrilled to have teamed up with four famous Irish illustrators and designers to bring you limited edition Web Summit t-shirts.

You’ll find the t-shirts available for purchase at Web Summit. All profits go to CoderDojo, a global charity that offers programming clubs for children. These guys do terrific work.

Let’s take a look at these designs and the talented artists behind them.

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1. Donough O’Malley

Donough, who goes by the pseudonym Pencil Robot, is an Irish illustrator who’s worked for the likes of the BBC, Jameson Whiskey and Random House. As well as working for big clients he’s also penned his own children’s picture book, Monkey See Monkey Do, which was shortlisted for the Cambridge Picture Book Award.

2. Steve Simpson

Steve, the man who gave a contemporary twist to Grant Wood’s American Gothic and reimagined everyone’s favourite cartoon sponge, has put his own spin on Web Summit with his t-shirt.

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3. Matthew Griffin

From his base in Ennis, Co.Clare, Matthew creates dark and intriguing illustrations. His artwork has featured in campaigns for, amongst others, Universal, Electronic Arts and Bulmers. He’s also an author, with a children’s novel, A Cage of Roots.

4. Maser

Maser is well-known in Dublin for the murals that are scattered throughout the city; just this week his Bram Stoker Festival installation was visited by masses of Dubliners and tourists. He’s put his stamp on Web Summit, and you can wear it.

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