The wonderful Paddhuiy has taken the harmless creatures on the road. Here’s a sneak peek at what he’s been up to.

Back in June 2012 we adapted one of our costumes for a short film made by the wonderful people at Grandboy. We’re happy to announce that Kara has won the Jury Choice Laurel at the Hamilton Film Festival in Ontario Canada and has been selected and nominated in a host of other  festivals around the world. Congratulations Traolach!

Darragh from The Gallery of Photography dropped by the exhibition last month and took some really nice photographs. For all the photography nerds out there was using an amazing Rolleiflex with a Neopan Acros 100 ASA film.

 

 

We’ve had an amazing week since the exhibition with mentions on some of our favourite blogs. You can check out the articles on It’s Nice That, Trendhunter, Hearty Magazine, Disenofilia, Atelierul de Print and even the quirky Daily Ozmapolitan.

Here at Harmless Creatures HQ we had been resisting Twitter, but have taken the plunge and it’s not that scary after all. You can follow us there @studioHC

We’ve been blogged! Aideen at I LIKE LOCAL was smitten with our Tin Man and did a nice write up about him. Check it out!

Harmless Creatures and our good friend and studio mate Kitty Moss will be exhibiting our work in an exhibition that will run over the May bank holiday weekend.

Harmless Creatures will be showing our Wonderful Wizard of Oz costumes that were beautifully documented by photographer Philip White and Kitty Moss tells the story of Maud and her ghostly cat Minet in an installation that combines Illustration and Fashion.

The launch night is on Thursday, May 3rd from 6-9pm and the exhibition will run from Friday to Monday, 12-6pm. Harmless Creatures will be showing their work in The Market Studios and Kitty Moss will be just around the corner in Little Green Street Gallery.

The lovely people at Totally Dublin have written a piece about our upcoming exhibition! Give it a read!

 

Harmless Creatures received a lovely Christmas present this year from Paddy Walsh who illustrated our logo for us. Be warned, our creature has left the building and is on the prowl!