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A Night Painting in Dublin with Solus 27 November 2012

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Solus - Dublin Street Art

Dylan Hansard brings us a quick peek into Dublin street artist, Solus and his after hours’ adventures with paint and paste in the video below. Check out his new site solusstreetart.com or facebook Solus here.

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ADW- There Is No Justice, There’s Just Us 19 November 2012

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There Is No Justice, There's Just Us - ADW

Here the prolific ADW brings us his latest time-lapse video; ‘There Is No Justice, There’s Just Us’. ADW recently spoke to Redmonk of Rabble.ie about his altercations with the Gardaí, when trying to paint the same stenciled piece, at the ‘Kings of Concrete‘ event in Dublin‘s Grand Canal Dock. Rabble is a non-profit, newspaper from Dublin city’s underground. It’s collectively and independently run by volunteers. Well worth a read. For more from ADW visit adwart.com

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Olde Norse – Conor Harrington 13 November 2012

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Conor Harrington in Norway Street Art Video


‘Olde Norse’
sees London based Irish artist, Conor Harrington‘s visit to the far reaches of Norway this Summer. The video is the third collaboration between Harrington and cinematographer Andrew Telling. ‘I think this is by far our best film.’ Harrington explains ‘Pared back and super minimal [Telling] really captured the atmosphere of one of the most Northerly and isolated parts of Europe. This is one for the headphones, the music is composed and performed by both Andrew and Lucinda Chua. Watch the film for the music alone, I guarentee it’s worth it.’

For more on Conor Harrington‘s Nordic journey visit ConorSaysBoom!

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Shutter Scape – Culture Night Belfast 16 October 2012

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danleo - Culture Night, Belfast

Culture night 2012 proved to be a massive success this year and nowhere more so than on the streets of Belfast. The video below shows Shutter Scape, a street art event which took place on Belfast‘s lower North Street as a part of Culture Night. The project aimed to revamp areas of the city centre that have been abandoned and left to decay by embracing Urban Art and Belfast‘s history for public art. Shutter Scape featured Friz, danleo, Dare (HCR), dlb, KVLR, NOTA, Praise (HCR), Solus, ThisMeansNothing, TMN Crew, Verz and Visual Waste. The video was produced and edited by Adam Ruddy, Andrew Burns and Christina Maher.

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Drogheda’s Graffiti Bridge Jam on Video 22 August 2012

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Drogheda Graffiti Jam 2012

Richie Hatch beautifully captures the painting and final pieces from the pick of Irelands graffiti writers at this year’s Bridge Jam. The ‘At The Wall’ video combines incredible HD timelapse with a slideshow and gives us a real flavor of Drogheda’s legendary gathering. Enjoy!

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Will St Leger Video Interview 30 June 2012

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Will Saint Leger Street Art

Fresh from his latest successful project Cause & Effect, Dublin based street artist, Will St Leger (one of Ireland’s leading artistic commentators on the state the nation finds itself in) is interviewed below by Max Nesterak of artoben.wordpress.com. Well worth a view!

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danleo – Update from Vancouver 28 June 2012

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Since his last show at KT Contemporary in Dublin, danleo have spent most of the year in Canada painting walls and taking part in small shows, while also occasionally drifting south into the states. IrishStreetArt.com cought up with danleo to find out how everything is going acorss the pond.

‘I went on a massive road trip recently with some seriously great artists all the way from Detroit to Austin TX for the infamous South By Southwest Festival where we completed a large mural for Chevrolet, took part in a few secret walls comps as well as stopping of in many places along the way to meet artists and paint some walls.

danleo is now concentrating on a show in Vancouver. ‘It’s with two Canadian artists that I am so excited to work with as well as learning the toy making process. Soon I will be dropping some nice 3d work that will be available on from the shop on my site. When that is all done I will be making my way back to Ireland and the UK to hopefully get some big overdue projects done…’

For more visit danleodesign.com or danleo on facebook.

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Phlegm in Bantry 22 June 2012

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UK based artist, Phlegm, made his first trip to Ireland to paint two murals including the giant submarine salmon above, in the scenic town of Bantry county Cork. Born in North Wales and now residing in Sheffield, street artist, cartoonist and illustrator Phlegm is well known for his self-published comics and amazing graffiti. His blog, Phlegmcomicnews is well with a visit.


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Propulsion Paintings Workshop With Evan Roth 13 June 2012

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Evan Roth

This weekend the Science Gallery at Trinity College, Dublin will play host to renowned art researcher, Evan Roth. The Propulsion Paintings Workshop will look at spray paint from a new perspective, exploring its potential uses as a propulsion device. Graffiti writers have long ‘hacked’ spray paint cans, altering their original purpose to leave their mark in public spaces and on public transport, creating art around the city.

In this two-day workshop with Hack The City, artist Evan Roth who founded the Graffiti Research Lab, you will hack spray paint in your own way. You will conceive, build, deploy and document new Propulsion Paintings – your own series of sculptures and video documentation based on modified cans of spray paint. You will be provided with a can of spray paint (along with some basic hardware) and will create kinetic sculptures designed to exist within the city.

Evan Roth is an artist and researcher based in Paris; some of his notable projects include L.A.S.E.R. Tag and LED Throwies (Graffiti Research Lab). Roth’s work is in the permanent collection of MoMA (NYC) and has been exhibited widely in the Americas, Europe and Asia and the front page of YouTube. Roth is co-founder of the Graffiti Research Lab and the Free Art & Technology Lab, a web based, open source research and development lab.

The workshops will take place on Saturday, June 16th from noon and Sunday, June 17, from 6.

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Art By Eoin in Tipperary 11 June 2012

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Art By Eoin

Visual artist, Eoin O’Connor brings us a piece he completed last weekend on the side of a factory in Carrick-On-Suir, Co. Tipperary. Based in Lahinch, on the Atlantic Coast he mainly paints ocean inspired scenes. ‘I try to capture some of the energy experienced while in and around the water.’ Over the past year Eoin has been working towards merging the 3 areas in which he draw’s inspiration – surfing, street art and fine art. ‘My goal is to create something that can bridge the gaps between genres and stand alone as my own style.’ For more stimulate seascapes visit ArtByEoin.com

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Cork’s Crak One 10 May 2012

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Crack 0ne

Here’s Cork City’s Crak One and his entry to the Livestyles Video Competition.

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Irish Graffiti in 1997 20 March 2012

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Graffiti writers in Ireland in the 90s

Check out this gem from the vaults of Irish graffiti featuring members of the TDA crew, The Dark Angels, in 1997. The graffiti report from @last TV directed by scanarama’s donal scannell includes an old processing factory in Drogheda and gives an insight into the earlier days of Irish graf writers. Respect!

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Ciaran Bennan – Amazing! 10 March 2012

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Ciaran Brennan - Amazing Graffiti

Ciarán Bennan
shared his latest video, ‘Amazing – Graffiti on a House‘ with IrishStreetArt.com. His work has been described as paranoid, neo pop-surrealistic fried eggistentialism. View his eclectic array of material on his blog at ciaran-brennan.com.

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Conor Harrington – Black Herds Of The Rain 13 February 2012

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Conor Harrington in Ennis

Black Herds of The Rain is a film documenting Conor Harrington‘s trip home to Ireland in the summer of 2011 to paint 3 walls. The journey and subsequent paintings are inspired by Austin Clarke’s poem The Lost Heifer.

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Le Cool Dublin – by danleo 29 September 2011

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Danleo Graffiti Video Still

Filmed and edited by Albert Hooi, this really nice piece of footage brings us danleo as he paints for the cover of the 111th issue of ‘Le Cool – Dublin‘. See more from Albert Hooi on Vimeo.

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