‘Czech Freedom’ (an image from the mid-1980s, with the idea that one day the Czechs would join hands, dance in the streets and get rid of the Cold-War government ), 1986, etching and aquatint, 30 x 30 cm.
Souvenir sheet, designed and illustrated for the issue ‘The Discovery of the Americas’ from the Irish Post Office
'Man, the Measure' etching and silkscreen
‘Urban Composite’ (detail) 1987, etching and aquatint, 60 x 60cm.
‘The Paris Opera’ 1981, etching and aquatint with watercolour, 38 x 38 cm.
‘Urban Terrorism’ 1983, etching, aquatint and silkscreen
‘The Sheer Weight of Prague’, 1990, ink and watercolour with airbrushed sky, 28 x 30 cm.
Stage set for the gardens of Buckingham Palace. Commissioned by the Royal Household.
‘The Lloyds Building’ a 1980s London icon, 1989, ink, watercolour and airbrush, 40 x 30 cm.
‘Urbs et Orbs’ (detail ), 1985, etching and aquatint, 30 x 30 cm
'City Spiral' ink, watercolour, airbrush, coloured paper
Title: Drogheda Commemorative Stamp, commissioned by An Post, the Irish Post Office
Description: The stamp summarises different sites and periods within an historic town. The design won Second Place in the 'Three Most Beautiful Stamps in the World, 1994' (WIPA, Austria, Grand Prix de l'Exposition)