DUBLIN STREET ART – MAY 2016

Took a day trip to Dublin, making the most of an extended Bank holiday Weekend.

While, I was there, I took the opportunity to get some Street Art photos.

I’ve been to Dublin many times before and know my way around the City Centre, and know where a lot of the Street Art is.

One thing I wanted to was see the David Bowie mural in Francis Street, but I didn’t get a chance to, I was on a tight schedule. I did get to see a cafe in Newmarket having the iconic lightning bolt painted on their door as a tribute to him.

I wanted to get some pictures of the Tivoli Theatre Car Park, which is covered in Wall Art, but it was closed the two times I was over there.

There is a mixture of old and new art, naturally, I just left the old ones. No point photographing what i’ve already photographed.

When I was in Dublin, I headed to a football match at Dalymount Park, which has some excellent pieces of Wall Aart as you approach the ground, so I snapped some of them.

As there is a proposed redevelopment of Dalymount Park in the coming years, I was glad to get these as there is a possibility they could be lost or destroyed when the development takes place.

I hadn’t been there on any of my recent visits to Dublin, so it was good to get this. After the game, I headed back into the City Centre, and got some shots from Temple Bar.

Until my next visit to Dublin, enjoy.

Photo Album

Dublin Street Art June 2015

Dublin Street Art July 2014

Dublin Street Art August 2013

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