Street Art

I’m Ok. Street Art

Outside the Inside. After having cameras for so long, and taking photographs with that ‘mind app’ for longer, I have always wondered why. I try to remember second by second meeting Neil Liefers assistant in some fancy Soho gallery when I seen that black and white photo of Ali cowering over Liston and finding out it was colour. That he was on the wrong side...

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Keep the Wolf from the door. Featured / Street Art

James Earley From an early start at NCAD in Dublin, James Earleys background wouldn’t be traditionally steeped in train bombing or throw-ups on illegal spots around the back streets of the city, he has more of a graphic and design background, fine art with subject driven works that help send a message, he is just as comfortable in arenas that are commercial and brand led...

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Your weight in gold. Street Art

D M C With his tall disposition and glorious ginger beard, striking a northern pose you might have spotted DMC’s work in Dublin before when he turned up first at the For The Love Of Mill street expo in 2009, He’s one of the heads behind the WhiteWash shows in Portadown and his trade mark ‘Girl’ pieces pop up more north of the border [he’s...

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Are You Content? Street Art

‘Are You Content?’ Eoin – “As with much of my works, ‘Are You Content?’ tackles the issues of depression, darkness, and the light at the end of the tunnel – That glimmer of hope, that everything is not really as bad as it seems!” The image and question are a mark to directly confront each individual viewer personally, to ask themselves, is everything really ok?...

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I am human and I need to be loved. Street Art

Will St Leger. I can Imagine the bus journey from Clonmel Tipperary to Dublin and that it fit like a glove as an experience resembling the plight of his beloved heroes and their angst, The Smiths. Over the shit speakers on a coach, one of their laments on the loss of youth, travelling into a discovery of life and the acceptance his haircut would garner...

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Butterflies Street Art

Friz It’s fairly scarce to see pretty girls painting on walls anywhere, concentrating on promoting the female form Friz gently but quickly covers a great deal of space in one days work. Marian Noone from Belfast up north is the newest artist to join our crew at the street art level for firstfortnight. You can tell she has worked with these kind of issues before,...

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You Are Every Thing Street Art

Morgan As the days go on new works make it to the walls when the featured artists get them organized, as the stencils get cut, or the cans are picked up, designed on desktops in studios elsewhere or they answer their phones and the words come together on a simple sheet of paper, the process is good for everyone and the story gets told. I...

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Hold Fast. Street Art

ADW We’re not great with heights but the job distracts us and thankfully the ladders are big enough to get us up onto a rooftop which is right at the Luas Line on Aran street east, Northside of the city. It’s a fairly large wall that ADW has gratefully accepted for his ‘Hold Fast’ piece but getting eight to ten feet stencils up there was...

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Solus The more I meet artists the more it appears that their work embodies everything that they say, this seems obvious to point out, but in the case of Solus it’s less about being the flavor and vocally telling all and sundry why he exists but more about letting the results say what has to be said. This fits rather well with his demeanor, he’d...

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Always Read the Small Print All Posts / Blog / Street Art

Check out this great little video of MASER doing his thing for First Fortnight on Camden Street in early January. MASER – “U ARE ALIVE” – DUBLIN from eoin murphy on Vimeo. And don’t forget to check out the rest of the First Fortnight street art too. There’s a map of what’s where here.

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