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‘Singers Corner’ Washington Street and Grand Parade, Cork

Gregory Higgins writes:

The people of Cork have had something very special to look at over the last number of weeks thanks to Johnny Bugler of Cork Printmakers [and artists Conall Cary, Fiona Kelly, Dominic Fee and Cathal Duane]. They have transformed Singers Corner [Johnny drew his inspiration from the old black sewing machines Singer’s Sewing Shop once sold below] and this very cool video (above) shows the transformation….

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Scenes from Djerbahood – a festival curated by Tunisian-French artist Mehdi Ben Cheikh at the ancient multicultural (Christian, Muslim and Jewish) village of Erriadh on the Tunisian island of Djerba.

Last July and August, 150 artists from 30 countries were invited to leave their mark on the walls of the town, symbolising connections with the outside world.


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Brazilian street artists Os Gemeos contribution to the Vancouver Biennale: six 21m tall silos on Granville Island transformed into the giant figures that have become the duo’s trademark. The indiegogo-funded project (their largest to date) took a full month to complete.

Oh, oh, they could do Bolands Mill. Or the Diageo booze missiles.

Someone should organise that.




‘Somewhere” in the Dublin mountains.

Street artist FiNk (currently working in the medium of cling film) writes:

“I know you like your cling film street art so i’m hoping you will post my latest creation: Simply titled “Bear Necessities.”

Do we like our cling film art?

Is the Pope Catholic?



Joe Caslin!







Under one roof!!

Gearoid O’Dea writes:

‘Landmarked’ is a street art exhibition taking place August 21st to the 4th September in The Mart, Rathmines Dublin. Proudly supported by Tiger beer the show will focus on the idea that landmarks can be created in the urban environment through the work of street artists.
Their art is breathing life into public space. The ‘Landmarked’ exhibition will bring some of the best elements of their work under the roof of the iconic fire station in Rathmines – a landmark in itself….”

Landmarked – Street Art Exhibition, The Mart, Rathmines (Facebook)