U ARE ALIVE ON GRANTHAM STREET DUBLIN 8
Different artwork but same message but “* u are not less” has been added or has replaced “* So Get Your Head Out Of Your Phone”. I have also noticed that this version is not signed.
PAINT-A-BOX STREET ART RECENT EXAMPLES IN DUBLIN 1
Today did not go well as something went wrong with my Zeiss Batis 25mm lens. Not long after I went for a walk in the city centre it started to vibrate and at the same time making a grinding noise. The problem could only be resolved by removing the batteries but after about fifteen minutes the cycle would repeat. The camera body was damaged back in 2018 when I had a bad fall, damaging a number of ribs, while photographing in Belfast so I suspect that the body rather than the lens is the problem.
A NEW GALLERY OF STREET ART NEAR THE TU CAMPUS- GRANGEGORMAN GALLERY
Aerosol Work for Dublin City Council and Grangegorman Development. This gallery is located at Upper Grangegorman.
Because of my programme of city visits I have not paid much attention to what is happening in Dublin late June so I came across this by accident.
URBAN EXPRESSION IN LIMERICK 2015 – THE PRE NEW-NORMAL YEARS
Examples of urban expression and street art photographed in Limerick during my 2015 visit to the city. In general I have been somewhat by street art in Limerick even though there can be one or two excellent examples … maybe I am visiting the wrong parts of the city.
REMEMBERING DODO REDDAN A MURAL IN LIMERICK BY OMINOUS OMIN
Limerick City and County Council funded this large colourful mural which is located at Sráid an Ceoil, St John’s Pavilion in Limerick city centre.
Well known for her pram full of pet dogs Dodo, real name Hanora Quirke, was an animal lover and a huge rugby fan.
Born on Nelson Street in 1922, Dodo came from a working-class background. She was educated at the Presentation Convent, Sexton Street, and throughout her life she worked with the Limerick Leader newspaper, using its columns to speak about causes and topics close to her heart.