Joe Caslin

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Artwork by Nevercrew who will be taking part in the Waterford Walls festival

Twenty years ago, street art and graffiti crews were undisputed troublemakers. The public looked on in outrage at signs and tags appearing on derelict(...)

Lobby of the Hendrick hotel, with James Earley’s rose windows

It’s an eye-catching – literally – concept: an urban hotel themed around street art and graffiti. Artist James Earley is outside in the small internal(...)

An image of the planned North Quays redevelopment in Waterford city. Picture: Waterford City and Council Council

I’m standing on a bridge in Waterford overlooking the river Suir with Rob Cass, a Dungarvan-born representative of the Saudi Fawaz Alhokair Group. We’(...)

Dramatic changes over a short time frame can have profound effects on the psyche of a nation. Illustration: Sorcha O’Higgins

In a city defined by its Georgian architecture, Dublin’s most iconic landmark is an unlikely hero of aesthetics. Poised on a finger of land that enclo(...)

Bressie: “I navigate anxiety in a very healthy and very manageable way every day, and I think there is a perception that it’s not part of my life any more.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Bressie is looking at where the neon sign for his recording studio used to be. “It was my favourite thing about it,” he says. It was recently destroye(...)

Finding Power: Joe Caslin’s mural is a testament to a post-abortion-referendum idea of what power might mean. Photograph: Gavin Leane/National Gallery of Ireland

What is it? Finding Power is a huge mural of the writer and activist Stephen Moloney by Joe Caslin. It is part of the Roscommon-born street artist’s i(...)

Co Offaly resident Nonso Muojeke (14) came to Ireland with his mother and older brother in 2006.

Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan is being urged to revoke a deportation order against a Nigerian teenager who has been living in Ireland since he(...)

Louis Masai’s Elephant

Martin Duffy is shaking his head from side to side as he watches a young man in a hoodie spray-paint the wall of the Distillery building opposite his (...)

Graffiti artist Maser whose Repeal the 8th artwork on the Project Arts Building was subject to planning permission and had to be removed. Photograph: Enda O’Dowd

On Monday, Dublin’s Project Arts Centre announced it had removed a mural from the front of its premises on Essex Street in Temple Bar. The jaunty red(...)

The “Repeal the 8th” mural in Dublin’s Temple Bar was created on Friday, July 8th by Irish street artist Maser. Photograph: Enda O’Dowd

The “Repeal the 8th” mural on the front of Project Arts Centre in Dublin’s Temple Bar has been removed due to a planning violation. The mural was c(...)

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