STREET ART INK is delighted to have been working with Tipperary CoCo to bring a splash of colour by 3 of our best known artists in Thurles. The artists will arrived in Thurles from late July and into early August 2022. The first artist painting in late July is the fab James Kirwan. Keep in touch with us here and on our socials for further updates.
STREET ART INK is so excited with this one as the last time we delivered our graffiti workshops at this festival was in 2019. We urge any festival goers that would like to try their hand at a bit of spray and stencil artwork, call down to us in the Kids Area as all the workshops are free of charge.
STREET ART INK partners up with Rethink Ireland to kick of their campaign across Ireland to promote the importance of social enterprise. The artist chosen to paint this piece is ADW and this artwork promises to kick off this campaign nicely.
STREET ART INK brought artist Juliette Viode to Wyse Park to paint this artwork with the assistance of the lots of enthusiastic, novice graffiti artists in Waterford. This was a lovely project and big thanks to the Active Cities group and Waterford Sports Partnership for commissioning us. Such a lovely pop of colour in this gem of a park in Waterford City.
We brought the STREET ART INK graffiti workshops to Dunlaoighre as part of Cruinniú na nÓg on Saturday, June 11th 2022. We had some budding new graffiti artists in the making and look forward to working with DLR Libraries and Arts Office again to deliver this hugely enjoyable workshops.
Siobhán O’Connor from the Irish Mirror wrote this wonderful feature on Edel Tobin and her inspiration for why she founded STREET ART INK. Siobhan absolutely captured the essence and the heart of the work STREET ART INK does- brightening and inspiring communities and making Art Accessible to All.
Edel Tobin, Artistic Director with Street Art Ink Ltd, met with King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla in Watetrford on March 24th 2022. Edel was delighted to talk to King Charles about the impressive collection of over 140 large scale mural artwork collection which can be seen in Waterford City and Country today.