The other Dolmen Press publications that Biggs contributed to were:
In 1972, Servicon, a firm Michael Biggs was affiliated with won a competition for designing new Irish bank notes. Biggs designed an original typeface for the notes based on Irish letter forms.
Biggs was elected to Aosdana by his peers in 1989. Aosdana is an Irish arts-based organization to which one must be nominated and elected by peer artists and craftsman. Membership in Aosdana is limited to 250 living artists who have produced a distinguished body of work.
His countrymen more strongly remember Michael Biggs’s stone work, than his graphic designs. Across Ireland, in churches, convents, graveyards and public memorials is the stone work and lettering of Michael Biggs. Biggs designed and carved gravestones for Dolmen artist Elizabeth Rivers and poet Padriac Colum. In a list compiled by Biggs, he lists approximately 40 stone carvings dating from 1978-1980. Some of his key inscriptions in stone are:
Michael Biggs has a record in the National Irish Visual Arts Library.
Michael Biggs became ill in the 1990’s with a rare disease which affected the use of his hands and thus his ability to work. He died at the young age of 65 in 1993 and is buried at St. Patrick’s Church, Enniskerry.