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A Portrait of the Artist: Louis Masai

Louis Masai is a London-based painter and street artist with a passion for nature – particularly endangered species. Louis painted the patchwork hammerhead sharks on Barrack Street at Waterford Walls 2015, with the astonishing statistic that, ‘By 2030, 90% of marine life will be endangered’. This year, Louis painted the elephants on Barker Street, which have fast become a favourite of locals and visitors to Waterford alike.

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T-Walls

Waterford Walls are thrilled to introduce our little sister, T-Walls. Five new murals will grace Tramore town as the Waterford Walls project expands its reach to one of Ireland’s favourite seaside spots.

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A Portrait of the Artist: Le Bas

Le Bas is a Dublin-based visual artist who divides his time between painting walls and producing studio work. A background in architecture and graffiti has influenced his approach to painting. Le Bas’ art infuses painterly abstraction with digitally produced images, which are meticulously hand-rendered to form a collage-like aesthetic.

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Waterford Walls 2015 Media Coverage

Waterford Walls is a unique and exciting people driven project. In 2015 we had the local print and radio media interested in regularly doing features of our project. In addition, we received huge attention from the local media channels and were partnered with BEAT fm. We also did regular features pre and post the festival. We also received huge from the national media channels with RTE 1 Six one & 9 O’Clock News covering the project extensively, a piece on Radio 1 Drivetime, a feature in the Irish Times and two articles in the Irish Examiner.