Belfast got a fresh lick of Street Art paint last week as Culture Night saw over 40 new pieces of Street Art added to the walls of the city centre by a host of local and not so local artists. Following up from my original blog on Belfast’s Street Art (which you can find here), some of the buildings have been knocked down, whilst some have beautiful new art. Most of these pieces were part of the Becks Hit the North project in association with Seedhead Arts, some were put up in the run up to Culture Night, all were very welcome in brightening up our streets!
Below I’ve put together some (not all) of the highlights from across town that are definitely worth getting your camera out for. Enjoy!
Deep Love by Adw Art, Dunbar Street, Belfast
The Dream by Dan Kitchener , Exchange Street, Belfast
Tyrion Lannister by Visual Waste, Exchange Street, Belfast
Tiger Tiger by Friz, Exchange Street, Belfast
Nosey Cat by David Creative, Donegall Street, Belfast
Woman by Irony, Lower Garfield Street, Belfast
Tiny Dancer by Rey ‘The Drif’ Rosa Jr, Kent Street, Belfast
Wolf Woman by Conor McClure, Unity Walk, Belfast
Triple Trouble by Glen Molloy, Donegall Street, Belfast
The Three Jimmys, Glen Molloy, Exchange Place, Belfast
Sleeps not come by Verz, Exchange Place, Belfast
Curry Half n Half or Pastie Bap by Caoilfhionn Hanton, Church Street, Belfast
Harland and Wolff by Nomad Clan, The Dirty Onion, Belfast