A little chip bag that looks a lot like a regular paper bag.
It’s the work of a young Dublin artist who is calling for the city to be given a chip bag to commemorate the memory of a man who passed away.
Dublin artist and artist Elisha Fennell is a prolific and prolific designer.
He created a chip-bag-style bag for the people of Dubloon to remember Mr J.C. Byrne, the father of Dublin.
The artist said he wanted to draw attention to the importance of chip bags in Dublton, as a place where people can be vulnerable, anonymous and have an identity.
“I think people need to remember that there are more people like me in Dubs,” he said.
“People have died, and it’s very important to remember, and I wanted to do something for people to remember.”
Dubloon is the third largest city in the UK and has a population of approximately 5,400 people.
Dublons largest chip-bags maker is the Fine Art Group.
They are the makers of the Fine Arts bag in Dublin, a black bag in Dubbels most famous building and the Fine Bag in Dungarvan, Ireland.