A mini print post card artist reproduction of my original watercolour 'John Hewitt' sketch.
The story of my original John Hewitt Sketch: "The Craic was 90!” That's what we call a good night here in Northern Ireland.
When I was travelling in the Summer of 2000 I worked in a bar in Wildwood, New Jersey. I got a lot of strange looks when I used this term. "The CRACK was what? You Irish are craaaazy!" I was told. After some explanations, and a few laughs, my American customers got the picture. It's an Irish charm, we've many of them here.
It's one of the reasons why St Patrick's day is celebrated all over the world. Everyone can drink Guinness, pretend to play the spoons** and be an Irish dancer for the day. It's called having fun. 'Craic' can be found in many Irish establishments. Belfast Bars especially. I suggest starting with the John Hewitt.
Lots of customers buy these postcards in multiples so they can frame them up and display them as a set. So feel free to have a browse around my postcard section and see if there are any other designs you would like to compliment your John Hewitt Mini Print.
Details + Orientation is Portrait
Helpful info + Printed on uncoated 350 gsm card. Postcard comes wrapped in a cello sleeve and posted in a hard back envelope for protection.
Measurements + This mini print measures 14.8 x 21cm (A5)
Why we love it + Either send to a friend, keep for yourself or frame it and put it on your mantlepiece!
Each product is an original design by Flax Fox
Flax Fox draws her inspiration from local Northern Ireland landmarks and heritage buildings