Inside Out: Book Launch 11 December 2012Posted by Irish Street Art in Street Art Events.
Tags: ADW, arts, C215, Conor Harrington, D*Face, DMC, Dublin, Inside Out, Lauren Teeling, Mark Jenkins, Maser, Phlegm, Rua Meegan, Shepard Fairey
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Visual Feast Productions presents ‘InsideOut’ the new title by Rua Meegan and Lauren Teeling. InsideOut follows on from 2010′s ‘A Visual Feast – Irish Street Art‘ and features a photographic collection of street art from around Ireland between 2010 and 2012. It features work and comments by Irish artists such as Conor Harrington, Maser, DMC and ADW as well as International artists D*Face, Shepard Fairey, Phlegm, Mark Jenkins and C215 to name a few. This book is a celebration of these artist’s pieces framed within the Irish landscape.
The ‘InsideOut’ book launch will take place in The Bernard Shaw, Dublin 2 this Thursday 13th from 7PM. There’ll be lots of live painting, with the lads from ThisGreedyPig DJing, mulled wine and drinks promotions.
For more visit visualfeast.ie
The Office of Non-compliance Hits The Road 1 September 2011Posted by Irish Street Art in Street Art Events.
Tags: ANewSpace, Conor Harrington, D*Face, DMC, Dublin, ESCIF, Foes Crew, InputOut, Jor, Mark Jenkins, Maser, Morgan, Prefab Collective, Rask, Will Saint Leger
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Dublin Contemporary 2011 has collaborated with ANewSpace to commission internationally renowned street artists to create in twentytwo urban sites all over Dublin city centre. ‘Roadworks‘ includes artists such as Conor Harrington, D*Face, DMC, ESCIF, Foes Crew, InputOut, Jor, Mark Jenkins, Maser, Morgan, Prefab Collective, Will Saint Leger and Rask. Taking place from now until the end of October there has never been a better time to visit the streets of the capital and this is a testament to the hard work by the guys at ANewSpace.
Highlights so far include DMC‘s Call Girls on St Andrews Lane, Jor‘s Tree at Green Nineteen and Rask (Godfather of Irish Graffiti) in the National Gallery of Ireland. To keep up to date with all the latest happenings at ‘Roadworks‘ visit ANewSpace on Tumblr.
Friday’s Time Lapse 13 November 2009Posted by Irish Street Art in International Street Art.
Tags: Above, Ceke, D*Face, Forget
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This week irishstreetart.com brings you the latest stop motion pieces the internet has to offer. Enjoy!
Stop motion video of D*Face creating a piece in downtown LA. Corner of 7th st and Matteo. Part of the LA freewall project, a collaboration between Lahoda fine arts and Jet-Set Graffiti.
Stop motion video documenting D*Face painting an illegal street mural in the Meat Packing district in New York city to coincide with his Ludovico Aversion Therapy/All your dreams belong to us show at the Jonathan Levine
A wall piece made in stockholm, kungsholmen october 2009 by Ceke and Forget in colaboration with Kollektivet livet
There are two sides to every coin, and we all know two wrongs don’t make a right but somehow when it comes to filming a video in reverse then reversing it, it makes total sense? Confused? Watch the video to get a better idea. If you still don’t understand, I can only suggest to try and watch it in reverse?! Go above!
The reverse side also has a reverse side. -Japanese proverb.