Saturday, January 23, 2010

Killiney Graffiti

The Irish are not very creative when it comes to graffiti - tagging seems to be the most they are prepared to do - very rarely will you see creative graffiti on the white walls of this country. Killiney offers that rare opportunity for graffiti artists - a derelict building at the end of the beach, with big white walls, and a quiet spot where the chance of being caught by the guards is fairly low (though if you do, you don't really have anywhere to run).

A lot of these were painted with stencils I think, but the overall effect is pretty good - well, apart from the derelict building at the end of one of the capital's prime beaches, that is.

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