Ireland

A masterful painter, tattoo artist and portraitist, Scottish artist Mark Worst has fashioned — in a range of spaces — extraordinary portraits blurring the line between street art and fine art. Featured here are several he painted within the past several months:

Portrait of the artist’s “Lady” —  painted in Derry, Northern Ireland

Portrait of Action Bronson — painted in Leith Docks, Scotland

Portrait of  the artist’s “mate” — painted in Paisley, Scotland 

Indoor commission

Sponsored by Montana Cans UKMark Worst is seeking opportunities to paint in NYC, where he will be from April 8 – 22. The artist can be contacted at markwrst@gmail.com.

All photos courtesy of the artist

Note: Hailed in a range of media from WideWalls to the Huffington Post to the New York Times, our Street Art NYC App is now available for Android devices here.

en-play-badge 2

{ 0 comments }

fin-dac-street-art-dublin

On our brief visit to Dublin, Ireland, we discovered a vibrant street art and graffiti scene teeming with infectious images. Here are a few more:

Cork, Ireland native Fin DAC, whose aesthetic we first came upon in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

fin-dac-street-art-segment-dublin-ireland

Dublin-based James Earley, close-up

James-earley-street-art-close-up-dublin

Dublin-based Fink

fink-street-art-graffiti-dublin

Irish illustrator and painter Dan Leo

Dan Leo

South African native MARCAMIX aka bryite1one

Marcamix-graffiti-in-dublin

Belfast-based Friz

friz-street-art-dublin

Irish graffiti artists Koce and Vents

Koce-and-vents-dublin-graffiti

Photo credits: 1, 2, 4, 6 & 8 Tara Murray; 3, 5 & 7 Lois Stavsky

{ 1 comment }