Woods found himself in Reykjavik, Iceland, where he came to learn through conversations with locals, of genetic ties between Irish and Icelandic people. From behind the camera, this trip saw Woods documenting the architecture, landscapes, and people of Reykjavik, delving in to their city and gaining an understanding of the ways that these two cultures have been interwoven, be it through shared DNA or shared experiences of the harsh economic struggles. The resulting zine, ‘Papar’ is a beautifully crafted and considered photo book that we were delighted to have produced.
Risograph printed on Fedrigoni Freelife White, Sirio Colour Celeste, and Woodstock Nero recycled papers. Printed using Blackand Aqua inks. 1
About the Publisher
Damn Fine Print was set up in 2011, with the vision of creating an open access space for artists to screen print their work. Through the art of screen printing, we’ve made our mark in Dublin’s creative scene, hosting exhibitions that showcase Irish art and design from a variety of disciplines, with our doors always open to new, exciting, creative endeavours.3