Dublin InQuirer Interview

Wexford circa 1619 by Cormac Hughes

Last week Artist Cormac Hughes and Writer Eoin McAuley spoke with Danny Wilson of The Dublin InQuirer. They shared some of their experiences and background on working on the Lamport project.

The full interview can be read here.

Thanks again to the InQuirer for their coverage. They are funded by readers and not advertisers, so if you would like to read and support more content from them consider a subscription available here.

In our next installment we will start Chapter 1 chronicling the childhood of Lamport in Wexford circa 1619. You can have a sneak peak of this above this very article. Looking back to Lamport’s Ireland of childhood we hope to resolve how such an essentially selfish character in pursuit of the progress of his own career, wealth and status became such a proponent for freedom. We start drawing parallels between the land displaced Irish Catholic class of the 1600’s and the Native Mexicans under Spanish colony rule.

Also, below, you can see of Cormac Hughes’s line work from the Prologue.

Cover Art by Cormac Hughes

More content coming soon. Questions and comments welcomed and you can reach us at the Contact Page above.

Lamport Page One Art by Cormac Hughes

Chapter One Preview Art by Cormac Hughes

And just before you go, check out some preview art above from Chapter One starting next week.

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