Hot Press decided to run two cover versions for the issue that hit the shelves today. Nicely done.
I couldn’t hang around long enough to get a picture of this the right way around but you get the picture.
Some clever and creative posters from Cow’s Lane Designer’s Studio and the Gutter Bookshop in Temple Bar.
The detail on this piece from The Garden restaurant is lovely. The Brother Hubbard / Little Brother crew were going for the hand crafted look.
The new pop-up office for the Green Party had an interesting take on the Yes sign while the South William gets straight to the point.
Rainbow flags abound like this one in the window of Tropical Popical. The now sadly defunct, but still legendary, Laser Video and DVD Rentals on South Great George’s St gets one final chance to make a mark.
There are thousands of the official Yes campaign stickers but these two from outside the main campaign caught my eye. I like the genuine Irishness of the home made one on the left and the one on the right was one of the few examples of a major international business putting it’s support out there in print so to speak. They were also giving away free ice cream which is always a good thing.
And for some balance. I did actually find a No sticker. For some reason it was on a rubbish bin.