Spent two days in Dublin recently, and naturally was out with my camera getting some Street Art shots.
I usually go to Dublin once a year, usually for a day trip or an overnight visit. It isn’t specifically with Street Art in mind, but it’s there, so I might as well photograph it.
Usually when I visit a city, I usually wander about, and Dublin was no different.
However, I know where to go, and the first two places I visited were Smithfield and Temple Bar.
While I was in Smithfield, I got a picture of a mural of Romelu Lukaku. Well, that is if you work for Dublin Herald.
Once thing that was noticeable was the number of electric boxes that had been painted. This is part of a project aimed at brightening up the city. You can find it’s website here.
The first one I saw was one of Phil Lynott. Unfortunately, I only discovered about there being one of Father Ted and Father Dougal after I left Dublin.
I had a look at bus/train timetables and Waterford can be reached from Dublin in two hours. Why is that relevant? The city hosts an event called Waterford Walls, and is somewhere I want to visit to check out Street Art.
A Dublin/Waterford double header in 2018 sounds very tempting.
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