Beautiful temporary street art from Waterford, Ireland, as found on Inese’s blog. It might be gone but it’s not forgotten.
Waterford Walls is a visual Street Art project in Waterford City, Ireland. Irish and International street artists and talented school students transformed old spaces into extended art gallery. The first image is the work of Joe Caslin, a street artist and art teacher from Roscommon who is known for his project “Our Nation’s Sons” – large scale portraits of young men from disadvantaged social backgrounds.
In the image below, a man stopped to touch the surface of the portrait. I will tell you why. Joe Caslin paintings are done on biodegradable paper, and will come down within a few weeks. We are lucky with the weather, and I hope the paintings will last another month.
Another work of the same artist in Olaf Street. It is sad they won’t stay here too long.
I went around the city center to look for the other murals. First of all, I visited one of my favorite places in O’Connell Street and was pleased…
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