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Artist James Earley (above left and top) and Neil Rooney (above right), Global Innovations Manager/Country Support Ireland, Movember

This morning.

Dublin 2.

Artist James Earley, in partnership with men’s health charity Movember, has created an animated piece of artwork in Coppinger Row titled ‘Leading the Good Fight; Transparent Conversations’.

Movember’s Neil Rooney writes:

The outdoor piece provides a direct and effective message – men’s mental health is at a crisis point and as a nation, we need to remove stigmas associated with mental health, encourage men to stay connected and to talk with someone they trust, especially when things get tough.


In fairness.

Artist, anyone?



Waterford city.

John Gallen writes:

A small teaser of three of the new walls to be seen for 2019’s Waterford Walls this weekend,

Of the three pieces pictured…

Artist: Taquen – image of a woman. Can be seen on Thomas Street .

Artist: Colour Hive – image under the archway.Can be seen under the arch on Great George’s Street.

Artist: Nina Valkhoff – green image with foxes. Can be seen on Gracedieu Road.

Waterford Walls

Artist Cathal McCoy, of community art project Dublin Canvas (above) and Dublin Canvas artworks around Dublin

Harry Warren writes:

Ever wonder about the excellent street art to be seen painted on e.g. traffic light control boxes and other infrastructure, without the art, what would be grey lifeless street furniture?

I was walking towards town in Dublin and I came across Artist Cathal McCoy of Dublin Canvas, working hard on a wonderful new piece of street art outside of the old Meath Hospital at the corner of the Long Lane and Heytesbury Street.

Cathal’s concept of the art work is a pixelated map that when completed, will feature a red cross highlighting how the old Meath Hospital spread healthcare into Europe during the 1800’s.  In the 19th century it was the site of the Dublin School of Medicine when two of its physicians, Robert Graves and William Stokes, brought bedside teaching to the English-speaking world.

Dublin Canvas is an excellent initiate, “a community art project intended to bring flashes of colour and creativity to everyday objects in the greater County Dublin area. Less grey, more play. The project takes previously unused public space and transforms it into canvases to help brighten up each area. Making Dublin a more beautiful place to live, work and visit.”

Long may it continue.

Dublin Canvas

An image sourced from the Brooks Museum of Art in Memphis, Tennessee, transposed to the wall of a derelict building by Julien de Casabianca’s Outings Project, whereby the artist brings art not normally seen on the streets, to the streets.

In this case, 19th century French academic painter William-Adolphe Bouguereau’s 1886 work “Au pied de la falaise”.