There is no shortage of inspirational work as the summer kicks into full swing. Local and international talent have pushed the boundaries with innovation being the name of the game. We’ve seen some of Ireland’s best graffiti writers take over at the All City Tivoli Jam while our architects headed to London for the LFA. It was hard to select the best but here are some of our favourite bits from this month. 

Le Bas + Myne – ‘All City Tivoli Jam’ // Ireland

Le Bas + Myne – ‘All City Tivoli Jam’ Ireland

 

1010 – ‘Paris Highway’ // Germany

1010 – Paris Highway Germany

 

James Earley – ‘All City Tivoli Jam’ // Ireland

James Earley – ‘All City Tivoli Jam’ Ireland

 

Fintan Magee – ‘Moving The Pointless Monument’ // Australia

Fintan Magee – Moving The Pointless Monument Australia

 

Colin Davidson – ‘Flo: Silent Testimony’ // Ireland

Colin Davidson – Flo – Silent Testimony Ireland

 

Daire Lynch – ‘Entity’ // Ireland

Daire Lynch – Entity Ireland 

 

Steve Simpson – ‘Dublin: The Music Capital 2015’ // Ireland

Steve Simpson – Dublin: The Music Capital 2015 Ireland

 

TAKA, Clancy Moore and Steve Larkin Architects – 'The Red Pavilion' // Ireland

TAKA, Clancy Moore and Steve Larkin Architects – The Red Pavilion Ireland

 

Ryan Sean Kelly – ‘Geometric Rose’ // Ireland

Ryan Sean Kelly – Geometric Rose Ireland

 

Daivd Sexton – 'Action Bronson' // Ireland

Daivd Sexton – Action Bronson Ireland

 

Alex Hutchinson - 'Ashley' // Ireland

Alex Hutchinson - Ashley Ireland

 

Two Wooden Horses – ‘Cat Paw Oak Stool’ // Ireland

Two Wooden Horses – Cat Paw Oak Stool Ireland

 

Fern & Roby’s – ‘Cast Iron Turntable’ // America

Fern & Roby’s – Cast Iron Turntable America

 

Images Via: Le Bas, Two Wooden Horses, Alex Hutchinson, David Sexton, The Ink Facotry, Taka, Daire Lynch, Fintan Magee,  Steve SimpsonLaughing Squid, James Earley