This is an actual poster for a Packet Clipper from the 1820s that would correspond to the time of "The Margot Evans" and is one of Brian's favorite poster themes.
This painting is by one of Brendan's cohorts on the Denver Highlanders Rugby Club, the late "Chief". All net proceeds of this poster will be donated to a fund for his family.
One of the favorite songs becomes a poster with the help of Chief's terrific art work. Again, all net proceeds on this poster benefit his family...a good cause.
One of the most popular posters...the mainstay for Jack Quinn's. Buy it here instead of stealing it off the wall!
The Cliffs of Moher near Listoonvarna are the background for this poster. Brian took the photo at sunset over Galway Bay.
This was a Currier and Ives print of a Dreadnought Clipper ship that served as a background for a poster at The Celtic Crossing. One of my favorites.
This is a famous lighthouse off of the Coast of Ireland, near Mizenhead, the well-known point found in Christy Moore's "St. Brendan's Voyage"--it is a realistic painting.