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General News / December 11, 2019

Brooklyn based Irish brothers launch brand ‘Nah’

General News / December 11, 2019

Brooklyn based Irish brothers launch brand ‘Nah’

“nah fuck saying yes to that, we’re gunna chill and do us for a bit.”

Dylan and Aran Quinn have worked with a variety of talented Irish creatives including Rich Gilligan, Cáit Fahey, Daragh Soden, filmmaker Albert Hooi, and Pentagram’s Rory Simms.

Aran has made his name as an animator and he’s linked with his brother for a brand new project based in Dublin.

Nah Skate
Today the pair are launching their own Dublin-based brand ‘Nah’. Influenced by skate culture among other things the brothers have said that above all it is about not taking yourself too seriously, having a laugh and saying “nah fuck saying yes to that, we’re gunna chill and do us for a bit.”

The brand is about celebrating Irish creative talent, at home and abroad, bringing that talent together to make a small but fun contribution to global culture and craft.

 Their first drop will comprise of hats and t-shirts and can be found here.