Bernard Shaw vs Visual Feast

Well worth checking out the Bernard Shaw this weekend, the guys at Visual Feast Productions have teamed up with the beatyard to host an epic weekend of live painting and music.

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Labelz are for jars not for people

  Finally got my grubby little hands on my very own ‘Labelz’ T-shirt. Adw art limit edition T-shirts for first fortnight. First fortnight is an event that is on every year on the first two weeks of January.

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Strumpet City

I was recently commissioned by Dublin City Council to paint a series of Traffic Light Boxes as part of the ‘One City One Book‘ initiative,

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”There is no justice, there’s just us”

My account of Thursday’s events:

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Some New Stuff!

I’ve been pretty busy of late and neglected some website updates. Here is Some New Stuff!

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Whitewash V – Live Urban Arts Event

WHITEWASH V Live Urban Arts Event. Millennium Court Art Centre, Portadown GALLERY2 [INDOORS & OVER18s] Friday 3rd Febuary 19:00 until 22:00

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‘Labelz are for Jars Not for People’

‘Labelz are for jars not for people’ I was delighted to take part in the ‘First fortnight’ arts festival which ran from the 4th-14th January – Raising mental awareness and challenging Prejudice, Discrimination and Stigma relating to mental health.

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‘NY is killing Me’

My little homage to legendary, late, great poet and musician Gil Scott-Heron..

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Exhibition In The Bernard Shaw

Fresh from his successful solo exhibition ‘Pricks and Mortar’ in the South Studios, ADW brings his new collection of artwork to the Exhibition In The Bernard Shaw Fresh from his successful solo exhibition ‘Pricks and Mortar’ in the South Studios, ADW brings his new collection of artwork to the Exhibition In The Bernard Shaw The […]

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ADW – ‘pricks and mortar’ – Solo Exhibition

ADW – ‘pricks and mortar’ – Solo Exhibition in South Studios Dublin The work of Irish street artist, ADW is very familiar to the people of Dublin.

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