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Art and Design / November 12, 2020

Irish illustrator Gavin Connell shares new designs for Lazy Oaf

Art and Design / November 12, 2020

Irish illustrator Gavin Connell shares new designs for Lazy Oaf

The new collection from the London-based streetwear design company features work from the Dublin-based artist.

Today, Irish illustrator and designer Gavin Connell revealed new work that he completed for London-based designers Lazy Oaf.

Making a name through his vibrant illustrations inspired by vintage comics, 1930’s animation and old school rave posters the Dublin based artist was invited to work on some designs for the streetwear design company.

Via @gavconnl Instagram.

Speaking on Instagram he said, “I’m really happy and proud to finally be able to show you some pieces I designed for @lazyoaf.”

“They got me to illustrate for them earlier this year and what came out of it was some cool Trousers, a dress and a tracksuit. Here are the trousers and the sweatshirt from the tracksuit.”

Via @gavconl Instagram.

Gavin has previously worked on gig posters for some of the biggest nights across Ireland and worked on projects for brands like Nike and Vans.

Click here to view the pieces on Lazy Oaf’s website.

More of Gavin’s work can be found on his website here.