If you're not familiar with Irish artist Hephee and his artwork, you're in for a treat.
The man behind many an iconic print is Stephen Heffernan, who has accurately summed up the year in Ireland with his clever and thought-provoking designs.
When you look back at 2021, it wasn't too dissimilar from 2020. Lots of lockdowns, coffees, walks, pints, a bit of a grand stretch and then back into lockdown.
Here's a look at 2021 through the eyes of Hephee. Here's a link to his website.
December 2020 - Putting the whole year in the bin.
January - Ireland enters a third lockdown.
January (again) - The month of coffees, walks, and more walks.
February - Still in lockdown.
March - Still in lockdown.
April - Nothing changes.
May - The farmers tan.
June - Goodbye, my old friend.
July - Getting out for a bit of Vitamin D.
August - Get the Pfizer into you.
September - This was not worth all the hassle.
October - Is there anything to be said for another lockdown?
November - Club Championship season in full flow.
December - Pints for breakfast, coffee for dinner.
Of course, the man himself behind all the genius artwork has a shop but you'll have to keep an eye out on his Instagram when stuff drops.
When it's gone, it's gone.