James Earley – Inputout

James Earley - Inputout - surface and surfaceAngry fragmented animal murals from Dublin based James Earley of Inputout.com. “The animals represent the anger of the Irish people due to the futility of their situation. A similar parallel exists with animals and humans. We exploit and destroy their environment, they can do nothing to break this cycle.”

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James Earley - Inputout - surface and surfaceJames Earley - Inputout - surface and surfaceJames Earley - Inputout - surface and surfaceJames Earley - Inputout - surface and surfaceJames Earley - Inputout - surface and surface

4 comments
  1. Tyler Hunter said:

    That’s pretty awesome, my favorites the bear lol

    • Mark said:

      yeah he’s got a really unique style

  2. Florence said:

    Fantastic, what a talent you are! Love them all.

    • Mark said:

      they are really great, was just having a coffee at the bernard shaw in dublin today and saw the big stag piece in the carpark. He’s a master of colour mixing

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