Following our recent trip to Derry to paint a couple of spots – covered here and here – we were exceptionally lucky to spend a long weekend in Belfast with Irony who managed to hit up another trio of fantastic works, taken the total number of works to five painted in ten days whilst visiting Northern Ireland – four of which were short notice spots made available on the day they were painted. Most impressive from Irony to say the least. So here we thought we would share the fresh trio of works placed up in Belfast by Irony as well as the four fantastic works Irony has hit up around Belfast over the last four years which all can still currently be seen about the city. What was most interesting for ourselves about visiting Belfast to see some Street Art was that in a few days we were able to see a body of works showcasing how Irony’s style and technique has developed over the last four years. The works below were put up with support from Seedhead Arts.
Fantastic work of this woman caught in a set of car head lights, painted May 2019.
Work in the Cathedral Quarter, painted May 2019, making excellent use of the small space available with this striking snapshot portrait.
Work in the Cathedral Quarter, painted May 2019, again making excellent use of the small space available with a second striking snapshot portrait.
Work in Tamar Street, painted March 2019, really bringing some life to this rather industrial corner of East Belfast.
Fantastic design and colour scheme for the spot and the location. The out of focus woodland backdrop trailing away behind this cheeky little Robin is so well executed.
Work in Hibernia Street, Holywood, painted March 2019, featuring a portrait of artist Julia Volchkova painting and making great use of the space with the composition.
Work in Lower Garfield St painted for Hit The North 2017, making excellent use of the awkward space available.
Work by Irony from a collaboration with Louis Masai in Bank Street painted for Hit The North 2015.