Magnus Modus sculpture

Magnus Modus sculpture in the recently renovated National Gallery of Ireland. It is a large scale, seven metre tall, free-form sculpture by Irish designer, Joseph Walsh. Assembled and designed in Joseph Walsh Studio in County Cork, Magnus Modus is made of multiple layers of laminated olive ash wood. The meticulously crafted curved sculpture is now a permanent feature of the new Courtyard in the refurbished National Gallery of Ireland.

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Dublin Squirrel Streetart

Amazing piece of street art on the side of “The Workshop” near Tara Street DART station in Dublin. It was created by the artist Artur Bordalo, aka Bordalo II. The materials used in it are scrap and rubbish.

Phil Lynott statue

This statue was erected in 2005 and is located outside Bruxelles pub just off Grafton St.