Moxy

I was approached by MCA to create three bespoke large Murals for a new hotel (Moxy) opening on Sackville street (just off O’Connell street) in Dublin. They asked me to create an Irish theme street art mural incorporating the primary colour purple from the hotel logo. A few weeks after painting the three large murals I was asked to come back to paint 6 simple murals for there lockers, shutters and toilet entrance. The painting Read more…

The Miss

A piece with extreme detail and complex stencil technique painted on Liberty Lane. ‘The Miss’ is the first installment of a new series titled ‘unsocial media’. The series is meant to poke fun and question the overuse of social media in today’s society. I arrived a day before to paint over my ‘Aim Well’ street piece, which to my surprise, lasted over a year on the Iconic street art lane. I figured it was time Read more…

7up Mural

I was approached by Havas advertising agency to paint a 7up Free street art mural on Lessons street in Dublin. They wanted to paint a large mural of the iconic 7up character Fido. You could spot the mural from a far distance, instantly recognizing the character and logo. Lesson street is such a constantly busy road that there were non stop passers by (some taking pictures of the mural), plus anyone driving by is usually Read more…

Into the west (Laois)

My latest mural complete on the 10/06/2019 and biggest to date. It is inspired by the 1992 Irish movie ‘Into the West’ where some of the movies iconic scenes where shot at this Savoy cinema in Portarlington. The cinema has been old and drab since closing over 25 years ago in the hub of the town. Getting the chance to paint such an amazing building and brightening the town was a great honor. Hearing the Read more…

Opium rooms (Dublin, Kevin’s st)

One of our biggest projects was for the well known nightclub and restaurant opium rooms located in Dublin city center. For this project the owners were going for a Japaneses style approach so we sent them a few mock ups, they were extremely happy with the designs. The project featured 4 walls inside, a roof, a small section of glass and big wooden boards for the smoking area. The job took a few weeks to Read more…

The Counter (Dundrum)

One the most challenging projects we came up against was The Counter in Dundrum. For this project they wanted us to create an urban look with a Newyork skyline on 2 huge featured walls and a smaller wall. For this we went with a mix media approach with some of the art work glued to the wall and spray paint to join all the pictures together. We were against the clock for this project as Read more…

3 Arena (Dublin)

This project was a big one it was located in Ireland’s most famous concert venue. The guys wanted us to paint 3 musically influenced pictures that were interacting with each other in the premium VIP area of the 3 arena. So we came up with the idea of painting 2 of the larger walls with a man and women singing to each other and the other wall, a disco ball setting the mood. When coming Read more…

One View Health Care (Dublin, Blackrock)

We were approached by the client, a software development company in the health care industry to create an original mural that included the 5 cities where Oneview Health Care are located across the world, a robot/android and a heart being at the center of the peice . A brief that left us with quite a lot of room to create and enjoy. The client also wanted some of ADW’s original images for around there offices. Read more…

EDDIE ROCKETS (Dublin, Camden st)

Eddie rockets approached us to come up with a design for a huge wall over looking one of Dublin’s busiest streets! All they wanted was for us to include there poster girl and for us to enjoy coming up with the rest of the wall. Attack of the 50 foot women was our inspiration for this piece and works well on such a huge wall. Eddie rockets gained a serious amount of publicity as it Read more…

RENAULT (Dublin)

This was to advertise Renault’s new electric car, the Renault Zoe. The wall it was to be painted on overlooked a busy road so we knew we had to create an eye catching image. We sent are designs to Renault and they were extremely happy with the first draft. We incorporated the pipes that were already on the wall to create green leaves to come out of them to compliment the green energy saving car. Read more…

SKY BACKPACKERS (Dublin, Temple bar)

We were approached by Sky Backpackers to create 20 portraits of iconic Irish musicians for there popular hostel in Dublin city. The colourful portraits welcome tourists and give them some flavor of Irish culture. The project turned out great taking only a couple of weeks to complete, getting great praises from the backpackers. https://www.skybackpackers.com/

STRUMPET CITY (COMMISSIONED BY DUB CC)

We were approached by Dublin city council to promote the historical Irish novel Strumpet city by James Plunkett written in 1913. The goal of this project was to paint on 12 traffic light boxes dotted around the city center. The project took under a week and gained lots of attention for the book featuring a qr code which invited the public to interact with the painting and to learn more about the novel.

Portlaoise Leisure Center

We were approached by FirstFortnight a mental health awareness charity to create a mural on the side of Portlaoise leisure center to help promote positivity. It was a huge wall and a massive undertaking but luckily we were assisted by a group of volunteers! The end product looked great and always nice to help a worthy cause. Check out the video made by First Fortnight.

GardenShop.ie

This was our first project in our local town, it was an advertising wall for an online garden center that is well known in the Midlands and across Ireland. The owner wanted there logo in the middle and for us to design our own background and arrows, we came back with the same image you see in the picture and he was over the moon with the design. The wall was grey dark and gloomy Read more…

FLASH HARRY’S (Dublin, Blackrock)

For this project the owners of the restaurant wanted us to spray paint a geometric design on 3 walls with one of the walls having our one own designs of a character. We sent them over our ideas and they were happy for us to get painting straight away. The walls came out excellent, with the coulors we picked for the geometric designs really brightening up inside and out. The monkey character we designed almost Read more…

Chopped (Dublin, Smithfield)

We were approached by millimeter designs to create a large scale mural in the newly opening Chopped restaurant in Smithfield Dublin. The brief included local architecture in Smithfield, the owners 2 sons and his dog. A challenging brief but the client was happy with the design we created none the less! The piece fits extremely well in the healthy restaurant where we incorporated some healthy images and a graffiti style which compliments the shop brilliantly! Read more…

Joesph Plunkett (Waterford, Train station)

This project was for the train station in Waterford. It was a commemoration for a leader of the 1916 rising and a legend in Irish history, Joesph Mary Plunkett which was also the name of the Waterford train station. We added a famous quote from his peom ‘I see his blood upon the rose’ with a mural depicting the man beside it. The artwork is seen daily by a vast amount of commuters, Tourist and Read more…

Exhibition European Union Art Show

Exhibition European Union Art Show. Exhibition European Union Art Show . Exhibition taking place in Amsterdam in January 2019. Whereby 28 artist from across Europe will all exhibit in the one place. The Go Gallery are holding the event taking place on the 26th of January 2019 . Exhibition European Union Art Show is showcasing works from 28 artists from across Europe. An event not to be missed. We would like to invite you to the opening of the exhibition Read more…

Blood Wedding

Blood wedding

Aoife Mac Murrough, princess of Leinster, daughter of Dermot Mac Murrough and Richard de Clare, Norman warlord, later known as Strongbow. They were married in Waterford immediately after the Norman invasion of Ireland in 1170. In return for his military alliance, Dermot Mac Murrough had promised Strongbow his daughters hand in marriage along with succession rights to the kingdom of Leinster. Now and again a project comes along that creatively ticks all the boxes. A Read more…

Dermot Mac Murrough

Dermot Mac Murrough The King of Leinster

Dermot Mac Murrough was The King of Leinster who was driven into exile in 1166.The King of Leinster who was driven into exile in 1166. Mac Murrough, a deeply ambitious man refused to accept his exile and journeyed to England to rally an army to retake his kingdom. Richard de Clare (later known as Strongbow) a Norman warlord, agreed to lead an army to assist Mac Murrough. In return Mac Murrough promised his daughters hand Read more…