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All proceeds from the piece will be going towards to Pieta House.

Photographer Karl Magee has collected 68 images of intimate moments on Dublin’s dance floors and Ireland’s festival season from last year and created a  nostalgic photo book.

Inspired by looking back at past moments during lockdown, he’s put together flicks of crowds at Electric Picnic and Body & Soul, alongside images of DJs like Conducta in the sweaty confines of Wigwam.


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HERE WE GO! >> A photo book for you. 68 of my favourite shiny snaps taken over the last 2 years. Dancefloors, djs, festivals, crowded tents, big soundsystems, beaming smiles, sweat and maybe some tears gliding down the glossy pages as you consume these colourful moments that seem so far from our present reality. Many weeks in the making at the Bits HQ, the book features double page spreads, full pages snaps along with some fruity colour combinations. Swipe to see some previews of how it all turned out! I’m super proud to be able to put my body of work together in a format like this and share it with you. Perhaps even more so nostalgic and grateful to have enjoyed so many memorable club nights and festivals put together by inspiring creators and amazing crowds. Orders are live in the bio – delivered direct to your door! 10 euro and all profits made are going to be donated to Pieta House. Thank you all for the continued support! See ya on the dancefloors of future times, front left, camera strapped, ready to rock! Until Then. ❤️❤️❤️

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With all profits from the project going towards Pieta House it’s a worthy cause and will almost definitely give you a taste for the kind of parties that we hope are in the not too distant future.

Photo books can be purchased for €10 including delivery and  you can buy them here.

Photo: @Bits._ Instagram

Words: Dylan Murphy 
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