Signage

Sign, former Falks Lighting shop, Terenure Road East, Dublin 6+

Falks’ first premises in Dublin was on Exchequer Street, opening in 1947, though the company was established in London in...

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Number one, 1 Ontario Terrace, Dublin 6+

Ontario Terrace is slightly idyllic, with a view over the canal and a wide strip of grass and trees buffering...

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Bananas, Little Britain Street, Dublin 7+

On Little Britain Street (yes), there’s one of those gorgeous moments where a business had a unique opportunity and ran...

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Signs, 9 Lower Camden Street, Dublin 2+

In the middle of the shopfront jumble of Lower Camden Street, Bolton & Co. has two totally separate but equally...

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Sign, Pearse Street, Dublin 2+

The Lido doesn’t exactly have a phenomenal shopfront. It’s nice and consistent, with the same blue lettering and heavy vertical...

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Metal ship, Clontarf Road, Dublin 3+

Sure, it’s possible that there’s something more exciting than seeing someone’s gone the extra mile with something utilitarian. It’s deeply...

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Former Stella cinema, Rathmines Road Lower, Dublin 6+

For the past few years, the sign for Rathmines’ Stella Cinema was covered by a big advertising banner, covering the...

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Shopfront, 44 Pearse Street, Dublin 2+

There’s something about O’Donovan’s shopfront that makes it seem like it’s in miniature. It’s not, really, and the three-storey building...

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Ghost signs, Arbour Place, Dublin 7+

There’s a nice element of the unknown about laneways in the city centre, whether you’re exploring them on foot or...

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Signage, Cork Street, Dublin 8+

Cork Street would benefit a lot more from rows of thriving shops bringing activity to street level than from having...

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