James Earley unveils a series of new pieces in Dublin, Ireland

While we last heard from him in London earlier this summer, James Earley just sent us a series of images from his newest street pieces which were recently painted on the streets of his hometown Dublin in Ireland.It took the Irish artist a few days to create these beautiful pieces which are featuring his unique

James Earley unveils new pieces in London and Dublin

Irish artist James Earley recently stopped by London and Dublin where he managed to paint two new pieces for the locals to enjoy.James’ family ran a stained glass business in the centre of Dublin for over 100years, it closed in the 70s. The firm was called Earley Studios. The style he paints references to his

Fin DAC “The Magnificent 7” New Mural – Dublin, Ireland

Our friend Fin DAC is currently in Ireland where he spent the last week working on this 12ft high by 150ft long wall on the streets of Dublin.The Magnificent 7 is painted in Dublin at The Point Village by the Gibson Hotel. Painted to coincide with his ‘artists residency’ at the hotel itself, the mural

Fintan Magee New Mural In Dublin, Ireland

Shortly after his collaboration with Maser (covered), Fintan Magee started working on this illegal piece on the streets of Dublin, Ireland.Despite some problems, the Australian artist managed to deliver yet another brilliant piece depicting one of his characters reading a letter.Check some more detailed images after the jump and then check back with us shortly

C215 New Street Pieces In Dublin, Ireland (Part II)

Before leaving Ireland, C215 was able to leave this great new series of stencils around the streets of Dublin.Constantly moving across Europe, C215 has had a busy 2012 so far with London, Barcelona, Vitry, Berlin and Milano so check back with us soon to see where the globe-trotting artist will be painting next. Pics by

Conor Harrington New Murals In Dublin, Ireland

A few days after the opening of his new solo show “Dead Meat” in London (covered), Irish artist Conor Harrington is back home for the OFFSET 2012 conference.Yesterday and early this morning, the artist quickly painted those very nice pieces on the streets of Dublin before his intervention at Offset on Sunday evening. Pics via Conor

C215 New Street Pieces In Dublin, Ireland

After London earlier this week (covered), Parisian stencil artist C215 is now in Dublin where he’s already hard at work beautifying the Irish streets with a new “Green” series of intricate and vibrant stencils. Pics by C215

Conor Harrington “Deadmeat” New Mural In Dublin

Last Week Conor Harrington painted this nice big wall on the street of Dublin.Titled “Deadmeat” this is once again an amazing piece from the Irish artist