Conor is an Irish painter living and working in London. He began tagging walls with graffiti as a teenager, graduated to painting large scale murals and now produces unique studio artwork. His style bridges the gap between classical and contemporary art, as his work provides a unique urban spin on classical motifs of portraiture. His work is both classical and modern; painterly and highly detailed; figurative and abstract. Harrington’s large exterior works are scattered throughout Europe and the Americas. One of Ireland’s best loved painters, it comes as no surprise that his limited edition prints and gallery shows regularly sell out within a day of launching.
ARTIST: Conor Harrington
Maser is an Irish artist living and working in Dublin. Since 1995, under the moniker ‘Maser’, he began painting graffiti on the streets of Dublin and has gone on to paint walls across many countries, including; the UK, Denmark, France, Spain, the US. His unique abstract style demonstrates unassuming techniques emphasizing simplicity of form. His large scale mural works have gained him notoriety internationally,such as his Repeal piece becoming the face of the referendum to repeal the eighth amendment in 2018.
Sam le Bas is an Irish artist living and working in Dublin. Le Bas combines his background in architecture with graffiti influences and produces street-art works which mesh painterly and digital designs. Le Bas was commissioned by Facebook as part of their ‘Artist in Residence’ program to create a large mural in their European HQ in Dublin 2015 and then again in 2016 to create a mural in their London office.
ARTIST: Le Bas
James is a visual artist based in Dublin. He produces vibrants and partially abstract works both in the studio and on the street. His relaxed attitude toward concepts and themes manifests itself in transcendent works of art. His work represents wanderlust, curiosity and exploration, partly inspired by his residencies in rural Ireland and Porto, Portugal. One common motif used is the disembodied head which plays with the idea of transcendence of ego, a common theme in James’ work.
ARTIST: James Kirwan