“Edward Bruce” by ACHES in Dundalk, Ireland

ACHES was just invited by the good people from Seek Dundalk to paint for their first ever festival. As usual with ACHES, the piece is technically incredible and shows an image of “Edward Bruce”, the disputed last High King of Ireland. Painted on Francis street in Dundalk, a couple of feet from where he was

Hense – The Jaunt

Creating artwork from an early age, Alex Brewer quickly took on the moniker Hense and gained notoriety for his graffiti. Combining a street culture point of view with abstract compositions and vibrant colours, Alex uses playful lines and a wide variety of shapes in his work, always focusing on the relationship between those elements and

Three new murals by Ador in Ireland and France

Our good friend Ador has started to work on his new series with a new type of “magician”… These three new murals all feature the new character and they are located in Waterford, Ireland and Nantes, France. Check out more images of the murals below and stay tuned for more updates from Ador…

“Red Squirrel” by Bordalo II in Dublin, Ireland

Irish Filmmakers Trevor Whelan, Rua Meegan and producer Glen Collins, are excited to present Portuguese environmental artist Artur Bordalo’s aka Bordalo II Dublin installation, ‘Red Squirrel’ on the Workshop Gastropub, Georges Quay, Dublin, Ireland. The crew have been filming Bordalo internationally for over two years and fought very hard to bring the street artist to share his

Smug in Waterford, Ireland

Scottish artist Smug graced the streets of Waterford in Ireland with not just one but two massive artworks. In town for the Waterford Walls Street Art Festival, Smug once again went all in with two hyper-realistic portraits of a man and a woman. The level of details is just incredible on these new pieces as

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

MTO “The Son of Protagoras” new mural in Belfast, Ireland

MTO is currently in Northern Ireland where he was flown over to paint for “Hit The North” in Belfast. After a few days of work, the result is this massive piece which is entitled “The Son Of Protagoras”.Protagoras was a proponent of agnosticism. he wrote: “Concerning the gods, I have no means of knowing whether

Guido Van Helten New Mural – Limerick City, Ireland

Guido Van Helten was also invited to paint for the Draw Out Street Art Festival on the streets of Limerick City in Ireland.As with all of his portraits this is a stunningly soft and monochromatic piece showing a young girl taking a look from the ledge.Hit the jump for more images and then check back