Fintan Magee x Maser New Mural In Dublin, Ireland

After Vienna, Austria (covered), Fintan Magee is now in Dublin, Ireland where he teamed up with Maser to work on a new collaboration.Painted on a rooftop and featuring both artists’ distinctive style and imagery, the Irish-Australian duo dropped a large piece entitled “Sink Or Swim?”.Check out more images after the jump then check back with us

Smug New Mural In Limerick, Ireland

Scottish artist Smug just completed this new piece as part of the “Make A Move” festival in Limerick, Ireland.Entirely painted freehand and using spray paint alone, Smug delivers yet another striking photo-realistic portrait.If you stop by Limerick, you’ll be able to find the piece near King John’s Castle.Get up close and personal with the piece

Case New Mural In Dublin, Ireland

While we last heard from him in the US last July (covered), Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case spent a few days in Dublin, Ireland for the FUAS event.Featuring his always impeccable technique, the German artist painted this superb new wall depicting what seems to be a fallen angel monkey.Check back with us soon for more

Phlegm New Murals In Bantry, Ireland

Sheffield-based artist, Phlegm, made a trip to Ireland and painted the following two murals somewhere on the streets of Bantry, a town on the coast of County Cork. As usual, Phlegm delivers two superb pieces including one giant Submarine Salmon operated by his characters.  More pictures after the jump…

Nychos x Flying Fortress “No Guts No Glory” New Mural In Dublin, Ireland

After “The Anatomy Of Mother Bear Giving Birth” earlier this year (covered), it’s time for a new collaboration from Nychos The Weird and Flying Fortress with this new mural titled “No Guts No Glory”.Nychos and Flying Fortress, both well-known for their clean, detailed characters created this impressive new piece, showing the anatomy of a bear on

Conor Harrington “Dilapidated Swordsman” New Indoor Mural In Belfast, Ireland (Part II)

As we announced last Monday, Conor Harrington spent tome working on a new piece before leaving Belfast.After evading the rain on his previous mural (covered), he decided to stay indoor to paint his third and last mural in Ireland.He delivers another beautiful piece with “Dilapidated Swordsman”, a quick one featuring his signature Colonial imagery.

Conor Harrington New Murals In Belfast, Ireland

Conor Harrington arrived in Ireland where he just completed these two new murals on the streets of Belfast.Yesterday, before the rain came, he finished “The Duel of Belfast, Dance By Candlelight”, a stunning new piece inspired by his recent sold out show at Lazarides London (covered).Today, he will be painting another small piece before leaving