Killester Dart station, Dublin 3.
Martin Daly writes:
Native Americans used to paint yellow lines in front of their wigwams to keep the painters out.
Dublin filmmaker Trev Whelan writes:
Here is a piece I had the pleasure of making with a great crew in Berlin. It was inspiring to discover and work with an artist like [Portugal-born] Bordalo Segundo [known as Bordalo II] creating this stunning installation “Froelicher Tucan” as part of the ‘Trash Animal’ series.
Many of Bordalo II’s materials are scavenged from scrap yards, abandoned factories and other urban wastelands. and puts a literal face on our growing mountains of waste, As he says himself: “The idea is to depict nature itself — in this case, animals — out of materials that are responsible for its destruction.” Check out his work here
Artist Laura Fitzpatrick (above) with her work entitled ‘A Silent Scene’ on the pavement outside the steps the doorway of Molesworth Street, Dublin. where Jonathan Corrie was found dead a year ago today.
The annual North West Walls festival at the Belgian town of Werchter where six street artists from around the world (Gamma Gallery, Fintan Magee, Smug, Pixel Pancho, Nychos and Lula Goce) were presented with blank canvasses in the form of stacks of shipping containers.
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Brian Murphy writes:
More signage upgrades in Smithfield [Dublin 7]
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