The Walls Project manage the delivery of large scale public and private artworks across Ireland and Europe, Working with the best Irish and International street artists.
Have a look below to see our portfolio of work done to date.
In 2018, Wexford County Council contacted The Walls Project about a regeneration project in the village of Ferns, Co.Wexford. They saw it as an ideal opportunity to invite artists in to re-imagine what the village could look like by rebranding it as a cultural attraction for tourists.They wanted to draw on the Norman heritage background of the area.
In 2020, Wexford County Council contacted The Walls Project about another regeneration project in New Ross and again wanting the artwork themed on the Norman heritage of the town and to link in with the development of the Norman Way in the county.
In 2020, Wexford County Council contacted The Walls Project to commission another Norman themed artwork on a wall in the village of Bannow and to celebrate the Norman landing in 1169.
In 2018, Laois County Council contacted The Walls Project to commission an artist to paint a wall in St. Peters Graveyard. They wanted the artwork to depict the heritage of Portlaoise town. They also wanted the artwork to be painted in the stained glass style which is a common feature found in churches in the town.
Ploughing Championships 2019
In 2019 The Walls Project was commissioned by Creative Ireland to install a 48-foot mural artwork at the Ploughing Championship 2019 which took place that year in Co. Carlow, Ireland. The client’s brief was to create an artwork to raise awareness around the issue of climate change.
In 2019 The Walls Project was commissioned to do a live art demonstration at University College Dublin’s “UCD Festival 2019” and in November 2019 The Walls Project was commissioned by Harrington architects to create a piece of indoor street art in Windmill Lane Recording Studios.
Keep in touch with us here for more exciting new walls coming to Dublin.
In 2019, Cork City Council issued an open call to organisations to submit proposals for ideas to enliven public space in Cork City Centre. The Walls Project partnered with Blackrock Castle Observatory was successful in being awarded funding for two large scale mural artworks which were themed on climate action and environmental awareness. Artist Curtis Hylton’s artwork was based on the pollution of our oceans and the importance for us all to reduce the use of plastic, while artist Shane Sutton’s artwork commemorated the 50 year anniversary of the moon landing.
3 months later, Cork City Council commissioned The Walls Project to deliver another large scale mural artwork. Fintan Magee’s piece is a beautiful homage to the migrant communities who make up a large part of Cork City’s population.
In 2020, The Walls Project was commissioned privately to paint 2 mural artworks in Cork City and once again Curtis Hylton painted these 2 pieces based on The Pigeon.
Art on the Greenway
Art on The Greenway is a collection of large scale mural artworks produced by The Walls Project team over the last 4 years. This series of work has been funded by The Rural Arts Grant funding with the Waterford City and County Council.
The main motivation behind Art on the Greenway, is to transform concrete walls of the underpasses on the 47km stunning nature trail of Waterford Greenway with artwork which reflects the beauty of the surroundings.