Shipping policy

We aim to process our orders usually within 1-3 working days & usually dispatch on Mondays & Thursdays. Please get in touch if you require faster processing times and we will do our best to accommodate you.

Delivery Times

Delivery within the Republic of Ireland takes 1-2 business days. We ship all of our orders with An Post or DPD couriers.

If you are not based in the Republic of Ireland and would like to order some of our work, please contact us directly via email at and we will be more than happy to arrange a delivery (please note that international orders may be subject to import duties and taxes).

Orders shipped via An Post are shipped using standard shipping. This service does not include tracking.

Orders shipped via DPD are traceable. You will be provided a tracking number so you will be able to keep an eye on your order from door to door. DPD offers a text message/email notification service so you will be notified once your order has left our studio workshop.

Please make sure to provide a complete address including postal code and a contact phone number for delivery purposes.

Once your order is shipped, we won’t be able to accept any responsibility for any delays as these would be completely outside of our control e.g. seasonal shipping delays etc.

  • The Blackrock Dragon

    A detail from the first of Bernard's Dragon's of Galway series. For a glimpse of the Longwalk Dragon check out his Instagram @bmgartbox.

  • Celtic Wheel Calendar

    Technical illustration based on an ancient Irish seasonal annual time tracking methodology.

  • Nike

    Mythological Greek Goddess of speed, strength and victory.

  • Boann (Bóinn)

    Ancient Irish Goddess of the River Boyne, daughter of Delbáeth, of the Tuatha Dé Danann.

  • Fighter Mushroom

    Submission for an online "Character Design Challenge".

  • Airmid's Tears

    Character concept. Member of the ancient Irish Godlike race; An Tuatha De Danann.

  • Camogie Brigid

    Character concept. Modern depiction of Brigid, member of the ancient Irish Godlike race; An Tuatha De Danann.

  • The Red Imp of the Otherworld

    An Imp is a European mythological being considered to be troublesome and mischievous.

  • The Golden Monkey's Right Hand