'U are alive' is a collaboration between both artists and you can buy the print here -> bit.ly/2GaapXO
Graffiti by Aches at Liberty lane - 2018
Graffiti by Aches at the Liberty Lane - 2018
Graffiti by Aches in Smithfields for the Grey Area Project
Tivoli Car Park 2018
Liberty Lane 2018
Bernard Shaw 2018
Aches at the Bernard Shaw
Liberty Lane 2019
Bernard Shaw 2019
Graffiti by Aches at the Bernard Shaw
Bernard Shaw 2019
Bernard Shaw 2019
ADW is a street artist, visual artist & stencil artist. He is based in Ireland. His pieces are often imbued with a dash of acerbic humour. With the city as his canvas, ADW tries to reﬂect the everyday hopes, fears and anger of the ordinary people of Dublin.
Frida Kahlo's Mural by Anna Doran at Nick's Coffee (no longer there)
'I paint flowers so they will not die'
Lane by Anna Doran
Lover's Lane Temple Bar
'Love the Lanes' is a joint initiative between Dublin City Council and the Temple Bar Company to bring new life to the back lanes of Temple Bar. Their aim is to reactivate these lanes for people to use and enjoy.
Anna was selected to design and create part of Crampton Court Lane, just at the side entrance of the Olympia Theatre in Dublin.
The lane is made up of combination of handmade decorated tiles and also stencilled spray painted sections. Various tiles contain quotes about love from the people of Dublin, music and poetry.
Every city needs a place to celebrate and represent love. Paris has the Eiffle Tower, city bridges are being consumed by locks of love etc, and I felt it was time Dublin got to represent our love and bring some love back to Temple Bar.
Dancing at the Bernard Shaw
Conor Harrington is an Irish painter from Cork, currently living and working in London. He is known for both his street work and also his gallery work. He has taken in the notion that with his outdoors work, the bigger the piece or mural, the bigger the impact and better influence on the viewer looking at it. His work is a mixture of classical and contemporary art, blending the two together into a new and inventive way of art.
In the heart of Dublin's bohemian arts quarter, Temple Bar, Cork-born artist Conor Harrington's Black Herds of the Rain is the first stop on our wander through Dublin's outdoor gallery. Conor describes this colourful piece on his blog, “In his 1936 poem ‘The Lost Heifer’, Austin Clarke refers to the Irish struggle for Independence as being like a cow wandering in the rain. So for this set of pieces, I like the idea of the bull in all its wild and beastly glory representing the new Ireland.” The colourful depiction is hard to miss as you walk the cobbles of Sycamore Street, but knowing the message behind it makes it come even more alive.
Dan Leo is an English multi-disciplinary artist based in Ireland. His large scale murals usually depict animals with an intense and colourful flair. He has a signature style that makes it very easy to identify his fantastic works around the city.
This work has been done in conjunction with Aches @ the Tivoli Car Park
All city Jam 2017
Great mural by Dan Leo at the Tivoli Car Park
Tivoli Car Park | All City Jam 2018
This work has been created during the All City Jam 2018 @ the Tivoli Car Park
This can be found in Temple Bar
Beautiful Mural in Portobello for the Grey Area Project
A Dan Leo original in Liberty lane, just behind Whelan’s
Beautiful work on Liberty Lane painted on 2018. Coincidentally, just around the corner of The Fat Fox Coffee
Decoy is an Irish artist. He aims to produce fun, bold and colourful artworks anywhere he is allowed. His paintings are represented by simplistic and colourful juvenile forms in order to tell stories about recurring characters and their repetitive lives.
Originally trained as a Sculptor in Dublin City, Ireland. Now a multidisciplinary artist working both on the 2D and the 3D.
He has worked with other great artists such as MASER and SOLUS in the past. In 2017 he presented his first solo exhibition at the Tara Building.
FiNK is a street artist from Dublin who has been creating street art & urban art for nearly 15 years. He is involved with Graffiti, Murals, Stencils, and is the creator of one of my favourites Murals in town: “STOP WARS”.
Most of his works can be found on the intersection of Francis Street and Marks Alley in Dublin 8, that's his private spot.
Mural on George Bernard Shaw’s birth house on Synge Street
James Earley is a contemporary urban artist and graphic designer based in Dublin. He has been producing artworks in public spaces since 1997. In 2010, he started to develop abstracted figurative works with an aesthetic rooted in stained glass celebrating and paying homage to his family's rich artistic past. He has a distintive and colorful style, you can recognise a James Earley mural instantlly.
He has travelled extensively with his art throughout Europe, the States, Asia and has worked on a variety of large scale projects with a mixture of arts-based organisations as well as multi-nationals that support the arts.
Maser is an Irish artist. As early as 1995 under the moniker ‘Maser’, he began painting graffiti on the streets of Dublin, where he soon earned the respect of other graffiti artists in Ireland and throughout Europe for his unique abstracted style.
Maser doesn't restrict his art to the streets however and has been involved in many commercial projects including work for musicians such as Damien Dempsey and U2, as well as producing work on canvas that has seen his star rise in the contemporary art world.
In December 2018, Maser opened the eponymous ‘Atelier Maser’ on Dublin’s Charlemont Street as a hub for creating original work and nurturing young talent. The space has been designed to be transitional and multi functional, and will also operate as an incubator for upcoming Irish artists to hone their craft.
Shane Sutton is a Dubliner artist. He has explored many visual arts across his career, but he was able to established a particular style and consistency in his work while working with a wide range of mediums.
His favourite topic for murals is definetlly 'The Space'