Huge scale paste-ups from Irish Illustrator & Street Artist Joe Caslin who is currently working on a street art project entitled ‘Our Nation’s Sons’ in Ireland.
Playful isometric tape street art from New York based Aakash Nihalani. Aakash has been doing these temporary pieces for years in New York to give people as he says ‘momentarily escape from routine schedules and life’. You can see loads more of Aakash Nihalani’s geometric style paintings and sculpture on his site below.
Le Cool Dublin put together a short guide to Street Art as part of their partnership with OFFSET 2013. Featured artists are CoolC, Solus, Danleo and ADW. Music is by Young Wonder. Offset 2013, Dublin’s creative festival runs 5th to the 7th of April and tickets are going fast.
I saw one of Yola’s large scale collages pasted on the side of the Hackney Bureau today. I really like her style, a little nod to the baroque with everyday people in epic scenes and some religious iconography. There’s also a Conor Harrington piece on the gable next to the cafe, you can see a little bit of it below. Hopefully be seeing lots more new stuff since my move to London.
Photo real street art from Killarney (Ireland) based creative Fintan Switzer. Fintan is also featured in the new book Inside ‘Out: Street/Art in Ireland’ features work and comments by Irish artists such as Conor Harrington, Maser, DMC, Katie Holten and ADW and International artists D*Face, Shepard Fairey, Phlegm, Mark Jenkins and C215.