Celtic Fighting Bulls


This is the Celtic Fighting  Bull Freedom Fund.

We are raising funds for the Celtic Fighting Bull image created by famous Irish artist Jim Fitzpatrick.

This is to support the Celtic Fighting Bulls in the opposition against the multi bIllion dollar corporation Red Bull GMBH,
who have been trying to intimidate and stop real Irish Artists from registering a cultural trademark and preventing them
from using their own cultures artistic heritage.

If THESE Irish Artists are not able to use their cultural heritage from the Tain, YOU WON'T be able to EITHER. Help resist
this corporate suppression and support Irish Artists now!

This campaign is to raise funds to defend the Opposition in the USPTO and register the Original Celtic Fighting Bulls design so it can be included and represented by Irish Artists in the Artistic Heritage of Ireland in the world.

These Bulls were inspired by the famous ancient Irish Legend: The Tain.

A legend which warns of the perils and destruction of war and celebrates the importance of freedom and equality in the
history of Ireland and the modern world today.

It was Designed by Globally renowned Irish Master Artist Jim Fitzpatrick for Northern Irish artist and
producer Myia Elliott. 

Jim Fitzpatrick is the creator of the Famous 'Che' Image recognised as the greatest symbol of hope in the 20th Century and was depicted on the national stamp of Ireland in 2017. It is consideredd to be the 6th Most recognizable image in the world following the Mona Lisa at number 5.

Jim Fitzpatrick is also a celtic art specialist and created this Celtic Fighting Bulls logo to symbolize Irish freedom and the
shared cultural and artistic heritage between Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Specifically creating a symbol that is OLDER in its' artistic and cultural references than any political, religious or historical
division that took place in the history of the Island of Ireland.

This image and what it represents is IMPORTANT. 

This Image specifically celebrates the shared heritage of Ireland and Northern Ireland together through Irish Art and this
ancient shared tale of freedom: The Tain.

As tradition dictates, the Celtic sun represents the earth and land of ancient pagan Ireland, shining on the Bull heroes from        legend during their final epic battle!

All artistic references for these bulls were taken from real animals photographed fighting. All Celtic references are taken     from ancient stones from over 2000BC at UNESCO recognized National heritage sites of Ireland. Everything fully depicted in keeping with Celtic heritage, style and iconography. 

The North of Ireland and the Republic of Ireland are represented EQUALLY by each of their famous bulls with the traditional Celtic solar device for which the artist is famous and reflected in much of his work right back to 60s and early 70s.

WE NEED YOUR HELP to DEFEND our HERITAGE and exercise our cultural freedom so this image can be protected and
have Irish Artists free to celebrate a united Irish heritage moving forward through new Irish artists work today.

No donation is too big or small, EVERY PENNY counts.
We Truly thank you from the bottom of our hearts for any and all of your support. Please spread the Word and Support our Cultural Heritage of Ireland.

for more info please see IFA Studios Facebook page  like and follow it 

Jim Fitzpatrick Facebook Page 


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Much Love and Appreciation,
Artists of Ireland.

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Myia Elliott 
Santa Monica, CA
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