Tuesday, November 4, 2014

A Facade of Remark-Dublin, Belfast

The buildings in Ireland are built one next to the other; the cities are compact and no space is wasted. On the rare occasion when there is a flat facade--usually next to a demolition site or car park, these are the images I see: full surface-covering murals decorating the blank canvases. I often wonder if some of the murals I see are from the same artist--many have similar styles--but none of the pieces are signed for me to know. 

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