Signage

Roof sign, Chancery Street, Dublin 7+

In the streets around the Dublin Corporation Wholesale Fruit and Vegetable Market, a lot of shop units bear the names...

Read More+ 9 years ago

Arrow, Thomas/Meath Street, Dublin 8+

At the corner of Thomas Street and Meath Street, the ground floor unit has the kind of insert-name-here signage contributing...

Read More+ 9 years ago

Retained signage, 17a New Bride Street, Dublin 8+

The retained signage on 17a New Bride Street is an easy example of keeping text on a building without any...

Read More+ 9 years ago

Shopfront, 23 Harcourt Road, Dublin 2+

The Manhattan was a Dublin institution: open only at night, serving fried breakfasts and chips, similar to the nearby Gigs...

Read More+ 9 years ago
,

Signage, 54 George’s Street Lower, Dun Laoghaire+

Corr’s looks like it stood still while Dun Laoghaire passed through decades of change. The signboard is concave, with horizontal...

Read More+ 9 years ago

Signage, Cafe and Boutique, 14a and 14b Emorville Avenue, Dublin 8+

By now, Bibi’s and Dolls are not a well-kept secret. The cafe and boutique, run by sisters Maisha and Petria...

Read More+ 9 years ago
,

Shopfront, 53b George’s Street Upper, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin+

On the quiet end of George’s Street, Maddens is a jeweller and jewellery repair business with a distinctive shopfront. Below...

Read More+ 9 years ago

Signage, 30a Camden Row, Dublin 8+

At the entrance to O’Donnell + Tuomey Architects’ offices on Camden Row, the number of the building is stencilled on...

Read More+ 9 years ago
,

Shopfront, 109 Pearse Street, Dublin 2+

Pearse Street Hardware’s signage is handpainted in brown and cream, inverting them so that the primary sign stands out in...

Read More+ 9 years ago

Ghost sign (The Central Hide and Skin Co. Ltd.), Watling Street, Dublin 8+

Watling Street has the right setup for unease – it’s very quiet, with much of one side being occupied by...

Read More+ 9 years ago