A round-up of recent Street Art events in Belfast. In short – Two new pieces appeared, and one got moved. Here’s the details.
You remember that mural of Carl Cox I reported on in August? It’s gone, but it has been replaced at the same location by one of Run DMC. It is by the same artist, Glen Molloy. If you’re looking for it, it is beside Thompson’s. Ironically, on the same spot in early 2015, the words “WALK THIS WAY” were painted on that spot.
There was also a new piece painted on the side of a wall at the Car Park in Gresham Street, where there is a new Apache shop, and there is also art on the shutters. It is of pigeons, and I got some photos earlier in the week when it was a work in progress.
There is a note at the top of it, which says “Sorry Inkie”.
That is because it was painted over a piece done by Inkie.
Do you remember the Hill Street Wall Of Fame from June?
Well, the building work that it was hiding is no finished, but don’t worry, The Duke of York have found a new home for it.
So that’s it. Hope you enjoyed this round-up. I’ll be keeping an eye out for any more developments in and around Belfast.
Pigeons Mural Photo Album