It had been a while, but while using up Annual Leave, I decided to head to Dublin for a day, and it would have been rude not to get some Street Art photos.

Due to the current situation, I was a bit apprehensive about visiting Dublin. It’s not somewhere where space is readily available, and people standing about stopping you getting anywhere is a regular occurrence.

In fact, when I visited Wicklow in August, the only time I set foot in Dublin was to get off the Enterprise and walk across Connolly Station to get the DART to Bray.

Eventually, I decided to go. My dad had been and said it wasn’t too bad, so I took his work for it.

My previous visits had been towards the end of the week in the Summer, so it wouldn’t be that crowded on a Monday at the start of November.

I usually go to Dublin once a year (not in 2020, obviously) so I know my way about, where to go and spot some Street Art.

As I exited Connolly Station and headed towards O’Connell Street, I knew if I took a right before Supervalu, there would be some pieces.

I was not disappointed, and there was a bonus from afar at the far end of that street.

Naturally, I headed to Temple Bar, spotting a pub done up in the style which even had a mural of him.

Another spot I headed to that is usually reliable is Smithfield, and I was not disappointed.

Dublin Canvas has been going for a few years, painting electricity boxes on streets, so I got a few snaps of ones that I passed that I had never seen before.


Photo Album

Dublin Street Art July 2019

Dublin Street Art November 2018

Dublin Street Art July 2018

Dublin Street Art July 2017

Dublin Street Art May 2016

Dublin Street Art June 2015

Dublin Street Art July 2014

Dublin Street Art August 2013

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