Knowing where to stand
Des Mullan is a director and photographer based in Howth, Co.Dublin in Ireland.
A graduate in Visual Communications from the School of Creative Arts at TU Dublin, specialising in graphic design and photography. Initially worked in advertising as a creative director in Dublin, London and Warsaw with Saatchi & Saatchi Advertising.
For the past 20yrs he has been directing commercials for international brands and advertising agencies around the world, suffice to say he's taken a few of photographs along the way.
All my own work.
All photographs are made by Des Mullan.
Cameras: Canon 5DMkII, Canon 7DMkI, Nikon D80, Panasonic Lumix GF1, Leica D-Lux, Nikon FE, Leica M6, Apple iPhone.
All photographs in the collections can be purchased. If you don't see the shot you like in the print store message me.
Free delivery within 40km of Howth or Dublin city centre.
Prints are made using Ultra-Chrome pigment based inks. These inks combined with the fine art paper Hahnemühle Fine Art Photorag , give a life expectancy of over 100 years without visible fading. Archival pigment prints meet museum standards.
Limited edition prints have a set number of 30 reproductions for the given sizes, plus 2 artist proofs. When an edition sells out no further prints will be produced for the image and size. Archival Pigment prints are signed and numbered.
Open edition prints have no set number of reproductions. Therefore are not numbered but they are signed like the limited edition. All open edition reproductions are made using the exact same materials as the limited editions.
Please note: All prints are made with a border of 5 cm on each side. The size of the print refers to the size of the paper. All prints shipped unframed. If you would like a print in a larger size size please contact me by email for costs.
Framing or dibond finishing are available on request, at cost.
Copyright: When you purchase a print you are purchasing the actual physical print, with the right to display the print for viewing for non-commercial purposes. You may not scan, duplicate, copy, resell, publish, or otherwise use in any manner without prior written permission — you own the print, not the rights to the original image.