Cultúrlann produces a vibrant arts programme that promotes Irish language and culture and provides a meeting place for visitors and locals alike. 

Paperjam worked with Cultúrlann to create a striking visual identity to raise the profile of the space as a welcoming and contemporary Irish Language and Arts Centre. 

A consistent, yet bold and recognisable, format was created, letting each reader navigate the programme with ease. Bráthair, a typeface created by Declan Behan, was used to provide an intrinsically Irish feel.  This was inspired by Gaelic lettering and Slovak typography used between 1960-90. Even with such character, the font is readable and looks well in both Irish and English alike. The chosen colour palettes were inspired by Ancient Celtic illuminations to further compliment Cultúrlann's heritage. 



Collaborating with Paperjam has been a wonderful experience. We really felt that the team at Paperjam understood the values of our organisation and brought them to life. They created something that our entire team can get behind and that we are really proud of. We would highly recommend working with them.
Aisling Ní Labhraí, Cultúrlann