“Resurrection of Angels Part 2” by Fin DAC in Los Angeles

While the goal of most muralists is to create work in high traffic areas, internationally renowned urban artist Fin DAC prefers to send art seekers on a scavenger hunt to find secluded artworks. His Hidden Beauty series is a collection of murals that invites fans to explore uncharted territory for the chance to be rewarded

“Vergiss” by Fin DAC in Tucson, Arizona

We caught up with Irish artist Fin DAC recently and he informed us of some more of the artwork locations from his US tour: a 3 month trip zig-zagging around from state to state and city to city painting murals wherever he could. Somewhere in the middle of that tour, he spent a few days

“Resurrection of Angels” by Fin DAC in Los Angeles

Irish urban artist Fin DAC has been hopping from place to place in the US recently (see previous posts) and he’s just stopped off in LA to drop 2 pieces in the same vein. Resurrection of Angels Part 1 is, as the title suggests, the first instalment. Taking his theme from the City of Angels

“Souzaste” by Fin DAC in California

Fin DAC continues his tour around The States with a stop off at the Central California Coast to add another piece to his “Hidden Beauties” series of works. As per the norm with these works, the artist hasn’t revealed a location other than informing us that “Souzaste is painted on large, rusty old water tank

“Yuijou” by Fin DAC in Ephrata, USA

Irish artist Fin DAC continues his North America tour with a stop off in the Pacific North West and the tiny town of Ephrata (no we’ve never heard of it either?). With bad weather seemingly following him wherever he goes he still managed to produce a summery little number he’s entitled “Yuijou” . The piece features some of his signature

“The Watcher” by Fin DAC in Bushwick

Our Irish friend Fin DAC has spent the last few days on a very high ladder, battling the elements in New York whilst trying to hit a deadline for a new piece for the Skillosophy event at Livestream in Bushwick. ‘The Watcher’ is the end result and continues his move away from his usual asian-themed

“Koibito” by FinDAC in Seaforth, Australia

Our friend Fin DAC has been spotted down under again and, although visually a return to something like his usual subject matter, the piece is still something a little different: being as its painted on the floor of a car park. ‘Koibito’ is the end result: a serene but noble-looking geisha nestled in the lush

“Henrietta’s Homecoming” by Fin DAC in Bristol

Our Irish friend Fin DAC has been having some fun painting at a place called The Nursery for Upfest in Bristol. Taking his lead from his surroundings he’s produced a very playful mural that many attending the festival didn’t even realise was his work: the painted face mask being the only real sign of his