where to buy

not for sale

This whole site is a student project, unfortunately that also means none of the products are real, at least not yet. If you’re interested any of the products you see on the site get in touch using the contact form. We can work something out. If you want to build a site like this or learn about marketing maybe you should try the course yourself!

If this were a real site, here are some of the places I would love to see my work here is products sold, maybe they have something to your taste!


Article is a unique homewares shopping experience, our shop is located in the Powerscourt Townhouse Centre – a boutique shopping centre in the heart of Dublin City. Opened in 2010, Article is located in Lord Powerscourt’s former dressing room with its spectacular original plasterwork ceiling dating from 1780. It’s the perfect backdrop to showcase the beautifully edited selection of items for the home. The shelves are filled with quirky yet functional pieces sourced from around the world. We are also proud to stock the work of many talented, contemporary Irish designers.


Maktus is an independent gift and card store located in Dublin’s creative quarter which officially launched in Summer 2018

Being unique here at Maktus, we said screw this — let’s not completely fill our store with other people’s stock and so we set to work on designing our own product lines while ensuring we had fun along the way.

We now offer employment to both up-and-coming and established designers in our goal to provide quality Irish gifts that are both functional and fun while offering sustainable work for our team.  So when you buy a Makus product your buying something that comes from a real Irish artist.


Founded by Fiona in December 1993, Inspitalfields started out as a business selling hand-crafted products from around the world inspired by her love for travelling to places such as Thailand, India and South America. Her aim was to create a connection that would give those who were intrigued to travel, a taste of what they would experience if they did. 

Old Spitalfields market, which is East London’s number one market, became the ideal location for Fiona’s venture. In the 90s it changed from its original incarnation as a fruit and vegetable market to housing units for artists, creative designers and independent businesses. Now open 7 days a week, Old Spitalfields market is the home to retailers, restaurants, stalls and street food traders under one Victorian roof. They champion quality and responsibly sourced products hand picked from a selection of traders, craftsmen, artists and artisans.