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Inside Out: Book Launch 11 December 2012

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Inside Out Irish Street Art Book

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.

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Maser – Irish Diaspora 17 March 2012

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Maser has just returned from painting in Fort Smith, Arkansas. He tells us ‘I was given the opportunity to travel to America. After reading the book ‘The Famine Diary” I was inspired to communicate a message of hope and appreciation to the Irish abroad.’ Photos by Eoin Murphy.
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The Office of Non-compliance Hits The Road 1 September 2011

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Jor - Roadworks

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.

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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.

DMC - Roadworks

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Maser’s Ode to Sailor Jerry 13 June 2011

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Eoin Murphy brings us Maser‘s ‘Ode to Sailor Jerry

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Maser in Belfast 12 May 2011

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Maser – Homemade 12 April 2011

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Maser Street Art Video Still

Filmed and edited by Albert Hooi, here’s yet another wonderfully created video feauturing Maser and his ‘Homemade‘ adventure from his studio to the Streets of Dublin. See more from Albert Hooi on Vimeo.

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Maser – They Are Us 14 February 2011

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Maser Street Art Ballymun Dublin

Albert Hooi brings us some more great footage of Dublin’s favourite, Maser and his work on the Ballymun Flats. ‘Concrete Jungle Mother Fairwell to your Stairwell Forever’

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Best of Irish Street Art 2010 5 January 2011

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We’re delighted to reveal the most popular photos of last year on IrishStreetArt.com. 2010 was another crazy busy year for the site with the amount of traffic tripling, which is really encouraging. So a big thank you to everyone who submitted photos during the year and a happy new year from everyone on the team. Hopefully this time next year we’ll have another beautiful collection for you. Don’t forget, to keep up to date, you can follow IrishStreetArt.com on Facebook and Twitter! To submit photos email streetart@wecanrcreate.org

Works by Maser & Damien Dempsey 1 October 2010

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‘They Are Us’ is an exhibition of works by Maser and Damien Dempsey. It is a tribute to Dublin: northside and southside, the visible and the secret, the good and the bad. The aim of the project is to raise money for the homeless of Dublin.

A number of limited edition screen prints of works from ‘They Are Us’ will be available in our online shop in the near future. All proceeds from the project will be donated to the Simon Community.

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Bridge Jam 2010 2 September 2010

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TDA KLANN brought us the sixeenth annual ‘Bridge Jam‘ in Drogheda this August with a whole hoast of internationally renowned graffiti writters including Daser, Vibes, Kak, Smug, Rask, Sums, Maser, Jor, Mr Zee, Twis, Dris, Ciar, Rise, Dusto, Dex, Baqsr, Crap, Beta, Tea, Jack, Texto, Kean, Deks, Crept, Jise, Name, Bryte, Dir One and Reks. The photos below come from Crucial333′s flickr collection. Visit IrishStreetArt.com on facebook to see Crucial333′s video of the freshly coated bridge.

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The Pop Show – Stop Motion 17 July 2010

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The Bernard Shaw hosted The Pop Show in June. A day of Keith Haring organized by Maser and 12 in aid of Dublin Aids Alliance.

Featuring graffiti and art by Just, Rask, Maser, Text, Finch, Will St. Leger, Chris Judge, Sums and James Earley, enjoy yet another nnother kick-ass stop motion flick from Albert Hooi.

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Maser does Oxegen 2010 7 July 2010

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Albert Hooi brings us footage of graffiti artist Maser as he decorates the hording of Europe’s premiere music festival.





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The Pop Show 4 June 2010

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Maser has painted 15 canvases in a variety of colours with the intention of selling them at €40 each to make €600 for Dublin AIDS Alliance. These works of art are all available at ‘The Pop Show’ this Sunday the 6th at The Bernard Shaw from 3pm. The amazing collection on sale also includes work by Chris Judge, Will St.Leger, Sums One, James Early and Texto, all very reasonable in price and for the same cause. This is a must for fans and collectors of street art. So come enjoy some music, drinks, live graffiti and the sun, invite your friends too!

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Maser: Game Over 30 April 2010

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Maser Graffiti Video

The photo above is just one of eight hundred photos used in Dublin based Graffiti Artist, Maser‘s timelapse piece. ‘Game Over’ was photographed and editing by Albert Hooi. Maser tells us he spent 9 hours working on this stop motion piece and he worked out that he walked 3.1 miles to paint his latest creation. Enjoy the footage below complete with well worked chip tune.

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A busy Maser 1 April 2010

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2010 has been another productive year for Maser to date. From his challenging work with the likes of Damien Dempsey to his public commissioned pieces, Maser has been churning out a constant flow of new material. To be honest, if we were to do a post on every project Maser took on, this could become a glorified fan-site.

Recently Maser worked with Livestrong, the Lance Armstrong Foundation project to unite people to fight cancer believing that unity is strength, knowledge is power and attitude is everything. The finished piece represents Unity and people coming together (the handshake), the Livestrong logo breaking the wall of ignorance down and some positive and negative symbols on each side. For more photos from the busy Dublin based artist visit Maser on Flickr.

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