handpainted signage

Painted sign, Mark’s Lane, Dublin 2+

Mark’s Lane runs parallel to Pearse and Townsend Streets, separating the Markievicz flat complex from St. Mark’s Church. The Markievicz...

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Joe Byrne Bets Here, signage, 142 Upper Leeson Street, Dublin 4+

Turning from Upper Leeson Street onto Sussex Road, it’s almost impossible to read the sign in front of you as...

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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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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...

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Alex’s, George’s Street Upper, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin+

In strictly good-taste design terms, a good shopfront is going to be one that works with the building as a...

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Butcher’s shop, 105 Patrick Street, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin+

It’s always a tiny bit worrying to see a butcher’s with a designed shopfront. The butcher’s window is usually a...

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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...

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