Tag: Dublin

Sober Minds: an interview with filmmaker Charlo Johnson Blog

Illustration by Toshi Nakamura SOBER MINDS is a short film by Charlo Johnson about the work of Dublin wildlife photographer Paul Hughes, taking visual queues from the snapper’s striking shots of urban wildlife, from fluffy ducklings, swooping gulls to dens full of baby foxes. A contemplative voiceover explains the photographer’s thought processes as he tracks creatures around the waterways and green spaces of the capital,...

Read More

Feel the Fear with Peachy Dublin All Posts / Art Therapy / Street Art

ART collective Peachy Dublin invite you to a three day festival of art, music and ideas in Dublin’s Templebar Studios this weekend, based around the concept of Fear. It features artwork by established and new names, including street artist Maser and a collaboration with the Repeal the 8th Project. Here Peachy’s Clare O’Hanlon explain what it’s all about… Q. What’s the idea behind Peachy and...

Read More

#FiveOnFriday with Humans of Dublin photographer Peter Varga Blog

INSPIRED by the Humans of New York site, Irish-based Hungarian-born photographer Peter Varga took up originator Brandon Stanton’s call to start similar projects in cities worldwide. Peter’s Humans of Dublin, while it may not be the only ‘Humans Of’ project based in the capital, certainly seems to be the most popular – with over 90,000 Facebook followers, the vibrant, often poignant, snapshots of life he...

Read More

Ham Sandwich at The Big Gig by Kieran Frost Gallery

Our final gig of the 2016 festival, The Big Gig at The Button Factory with The King Kong Company, Ham Sandwich, The Brad Pitt Light Orchestra and State Lights. Photos: Kieran Frost