A celebration of Dublin graffiti and street art.
By Caroline Brennan who writes:
What talent lives in our Irish capital city…
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]
Earlier: New Entry
Banksy-esqe road sign graffiti outside Bow Street Academy for Screen Acting in Smithfield, Dublin.
Shimmy Marcus, Bow Street Academy creative director, writes:
We actually have a Banksy mural inside the school so these will be a welcome addition….
Grantham Street, Dublin
Before (top) and after (above this morning).
Thought ye might be interested in the makeover of the “U R Alive” mural [by street artist Maser] on Grantham Street, which normally reminds us to “avail of this once in a lifetime opportunity”. Brightened up my Monday morning hugely!
Buzz O’Neill tweetz;
Whit woo.. New marriage equality mural on Copper alley, Temple Bar, Dublin. (Artist unknown)
The Wallace Tavern at the entrance of the Italian Quarter, Ormond Quay, Dublin.
Michelle Frasier writes:
Found on this morning’s walk: Francis St Dublin 8 declares Yes!
Aungier Street, Dublin, this morning.
Unusual wall art outside the Bald Barista on Aungier street! Tag beside it says ‘ban fur farms’.
Thanks Anne-Maire McNally