WATCH: Cork teens try printing art with a road roller

A group of Transition year students in Cork have been printing art module in a very unusual way.

The students from Colaiste Choilm and Gael Colaiste Choilm and school art teacher Mary O'Mahony were working with contemporary artists Fiona Kelly and Johnny Buglar from Cork Printmakers.

They used an industrial road roller to print their finished product.

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