Everything is so covetable you could honestly do your entire Christmas shop there!. Word of Warning though, the liklihood of you choosing to give away these so called gifts once they arrive is miniscule!
— IMAGE MAGAZINE

I’ve always been slightly obsessed with stationery and was SO thrilled to find Justin and Kate doing beautiful bespoke stuff at Dusty Boy! We couldn’t have been happier with how everything turned out. They were so collaborative and nothing was ever too much even though my changeable mind must have been a nightmare at points! Justin even hand delivered the box of finished invites so we could meet a deadline, complete with ribbons, bows and a smile! We still have loads of the prints from our day hanging in our home and I gifted some to the wedding party too. Everybody loved the invites, thank you’s, the little signs and the AMAZING confetti bags, they really were perfect. I really couldn’t recommend Dusty Boy highly enough.
— ANGELA SCANLON

Dusty Boy Designs paper good are a thing of beauty. The Irish brand is our go to for pretty stationery and notebooks. Colourful swooshes and delicate illustrations are the brands trademarks and it’s no surprise it has collected lots of awards since it launched.
— IRISH TATLER

My three favourite prints in my office are from Dusty Boy Designs who are a beautiful Irish company who are doing the most incredible prints and stationery!
— PIPPA O'CONNOR - U Magazine

We’ve long been fans of Duty Boy Designs, but Kate and Justin only did wedding stationery, scuppering most peoples chances to nab their gorgeous work. Until now. The creative pair has just launched a range of greeting cards, notebooks and deskpads in a range of designs. We’re particularly fond of a card that uses the quintessentially Irish phrase “Thanks a Million”!
— THE IRISH TIMES