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•• Published: Aug 15, 2013
During one of my many monthly trips to Dublin follow-ups necessitated by my near brush with the Grimm Reaper over Christmas. Appointment, over for the day I had time to explore. If you’ve used the Luas from Abbey Street to James it would take an rare talent to miss the huge spray painted illustrations along the route. Details from promotional posters and images to highlight business along the way. Graffiti.
For more of the same but different, I was directed to the Tivoli on Francis Street. The Tivoli Car Park is rather unique and is located next to the The Tivoli Theatre on Francis Street. It operates independently from the theatre and house’s Dublin Graffiti Hall of Fame. 18 May 2013 location of The sixth All-City Graffiti Jam. The artworks evolve, are reworked and replaced through out the year. The pictures below are a small selection of the Street Typography photos I took.
One of the most consistent documenters of Dublin Graffiti is Ciarán one of the authors of the blog comeheretome.com (a blog that focuses on the life and culture of Dublin city. • below find links to some of his “Writings on the wall” photo series
Bernard Shaw, Richmond Villas, Richmond Street, Dublin
Lane behind Whelan’s/ Liberty Lane, The Village, Dublin.
Windmill Lane, Dublin
Ormond Place (behind Fibber’s Rock Bar) is apparently a designated grafitti spot set up by the Dublin City Council
Behind the Bernard Shaw
St. Peter’s Road with Cabra Park.