We are based in two locations in Dublin City: 64 Patrick Street, Dublin 8, and 14A Crown Alley, Temple Bar, Dublin 2.
We are open from 10am to 6pm everyday.
We stock a range of products, designed in Ireland, including prints in various styles which include digital, Giclée, lithograph, and screen prints, handmade frames, screen printed tote bags, jewellery, brooches, felt animals and coasters, hand-poured candles, concrete candle holders and coasters, handcrafted chocolate bars, bespoke printed socks, dog collars, leads, and bandanas, coffee, notebooks and more!
We stock prints in A4, A3, A2, A1 and A0 size. We also have a range of square and large scale prints in various sizes.
Yes! We offer framing in store for our A4, A3, A2, and square prints, which will only take a few minutes. These frames are available in black, white, and grey.
A1 and A0 frames are made to order. These can be ordered in store, over the phone at (01) 6165671, email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or through our website.
For more information, visit our size and frame guide.
We also offer a custom framing service for prints outside of the standard sizes that we stock. All we need are the measurements of the print in order to provide you with a quote. You can chat to us in store, over the phone at (01) 6165671, or email at email@example.com for more information on custom framing.
All of our frames are handmade in Dublin.
Our delivery service provider is An Post.
For orders within Ireland, delivery can take 1 to 5 working days, we get it out ASAP but sometimes An Post can have sporadic times. For orders outside of Ireland, delivery can take up to 10 working days.
Please note that these delivery times may vary depending on the time of year, potential delays with An Post, or your local delivery service provider outside of Ireland.
We also provide a collect in store service, which can be selected at the check out.
Our ethos at Jam Art Factory is to stock work by Irish based artists and designers. Most recently, we have engaged with four artists from Ukraine in an effort to support them in some small way, with your help, during this difficult time.
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