Street art seen September 2016 in various parts of the city.
below: A place for Jenny to sit on a rainy day, by Albenty.
below: Wanted Kats, the Superhero Lady, by Amanda Deer, on a metal box beside the street.
below: “Trust me, you’re lovely.”
below: “Once we were heroes”, by canvaz
below: “I feel free when I’m riding a horse in the wild… Also when I take Ecstasy”
below: Making his escape on Earl Street.
below: U Are Alive
below: Better together crayons. Red + Blue = Purple. By peachydublin
below: Making music, musical shamrocks
below: Believe. A portrait of Kate Taylor, an Irish boxer and winner of a gold medal in the 2012 Olympics in the lightweight division.
below: Pink vines growing towards the door by the bridge.
below: On the wolf’s back. Available
below: A yellow horned animal on the street
below: Vote yes for marriage equality.
below: Two pieces. Trees, mountains and sun that has been tagged over and second, a long blue haired person by Evolve Urban Art.
below: Another piece by Evolve Urban Arts, this time on Thomas Street.
below: What caught my eye here was the word “Don’t” on the door. Perhaps Simone and Caitlin were here too.
below: Space invaders, cute little creatures, come in peace.
below: I saw this face a number of times in various sizes…
below: … including this one, diceman by canvaz
below: A cute little white cat and white dog surrounded by flower petals.
below: A younger Seamus Heaney, Irish poet. 1939-2013. Winner of the 1995 Nobel Prize in Literature.