This Means Nothing in Berlin 13 July 2012Posted by Irish Street Art in International Street Art.
Tags: Belfast, Berlin, This Means Nothing
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Vango – The Escapist 11 October 2010Posted by Irish Street Art in Ireland.
Tags: Berlin, Vango, Video
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Alias and friends – Berlin 7 August 2009Posted by Irish Street Art in International Street Art.
Tags: alias, Berlin, el bucho, xoxoxo
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This impressive collection of Berlin street art was sent into IrishStreetArt.com from Malin Müller – Lenzholz who visited the Urban Affairs exhibition in the city recently. The collection includes 6 stencils from the legendary Alias and other work taken on a stroll through the city. If you are a fan of street art, you simply have to venture to the German capital.
IrishStreetArt.com Heart Maser 16 February 2009Posted by Irish Street Art in Featured Street Artist, International Street Art, Ireland.
Tags: Berlin, Dublin, Foes Crew, Ireland, Maser, TDA Klann
Irishstreetart.com has been a fan of Maser‘s work for the past few years from his pieces at Lecky Picky to his regular installments at the Bernard Shaw. Below is an exclusive collection of photos that Maser tell’s us ‘hasn’t hit the net’ before. For more updates on his latest projects blog here »
Maser first started painting graffiti in Ireland in 1995 and very quickly created quite an impression on the established scene with his innovative letter styles, characters and photo realism.
Its fair to see he is the most well rounded graffiti artist at work in ireland today with a capacity to do everything from quickly executed simple pieces to full colour work , characters and full scale cooperative projects with themed backgrounds and concepts. Since 1995 he’s treated the world as his canvas leaving behind some of his artwork in London, Germany, Copenhagen, Holland, Belgium, Spain and Sweden as well as making a visit to New York the birth place of his beloved artform. Maser has also painted extensively throughout Ireland.
In between he studied fine art and then qualified with a distinction in Design Communication. Upon graduation Maser was awarded Membership of the International Society of Typographic Designers. Using what he learned in college and adapting it to meet his needs has given Maser‘s work a unique edge fusing graffiti and grapic design.
Maser is a member of the TDA Klann and the Foes Crew. The TDA Klann, formed in 1991 are Ireland’s premier graffiti crew. Their focus on creating unique writing styles has earned them international acclaim and respect. Since 1993, they’ve been running Ireland’s first and only annual graffiti festival and front a movement for emerging artists encouraging and assisiting up and coming artists and promoting graffiti in a positive light.
Maser endeavours to highlight the positive aspects of graffiti, how it can enrich the cityscape and provide an outlet for young artists. His style is reflective of this, being both uplifting and socially conscious and harmonious with the surfaces he uses. His work carries a message , from the simple Maser loves you to the eye love my city which is maser proclaiming to everyone his love for his city, his environment and the people that live there.
Maser is more than a graffiti artist working in Dublin, his work reflects the feeling and emotions of the city and he uses the streets to tell his story, your story…
He is currently working on a book documenting the relationship between Graffiti and social groups in Dublin City.
Animated Street Art 19 January 2009Posted by Irish Street Art in International Street Art.
Tags: animated street art, Berlin, blu, Video
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An incredible creation by BLU
Berlin, Street Culture Mecca 7 November 2008Posted by Irish Street Art in International Street Art.
Tags: Banksy, Berlin
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These pics were taken on the Alternative Berlin walking tour I had the pleasure of taking at the beginning of November. The tour was great and the art was even better. We even got to visit Tacheles, a giant artist squat and meet some of berlin’s finest artists. The highlight of the trip for me was the the astronaut, the world’s biggest Banksy styled stencil we’d ever come across by an Parisian artist called ‘Ash‘. Berlin is a mecca for every medium of street art. Included are the photos that cought my attention but East Berlin is literally covered in incredible material Have a goo!