Collab Saturdays

 

Our fifth collab features Dublin photographer Jack Breslin who told us - "My main aim as a photographer is to document a place that is dear to my heart, the oldest part of Dublin: The Liberties. You'll usually find me with a camera slung around my neck as I cycle around Dublin 8 and the City Centre documenting everything that makes Dublin what it is. As our city becomes consumed by hotels and other property developments, I feel a duty to document the people and places that are the very essence of this place I call home. The Liberties to me really is the true heart and soul of the city, and we need to record and protect every part of it (from the inhabitants to the buildings) now more than ever. All you have to do is stroll through the neighbourhood to witness the negative impacts that the housing crisis has imposed on this community."

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Our fourth collaboration features Jim, aka Dirty Dublin who is a photographer working to document his surroundings and day to day experiences. Focusing on art, street scenes, portraiture and storytelling, Jim wants to portray Dublin and his travels in an authentic and interesting way. Drawing inspiration from a background in graffiti and street photography, his style is unique.

Jim wants to create a visual representation of modern life in the city, while also documenting the fast disappearing gems of Old Dublin.
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Our third collaboration features none other than SUBSET, the Irish street art collective who have launched numerous campaigns highlighting the plight of the housing crisis in Ireland.
    
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Our second collab features George Voronov, Creative Director of District Magazine is our next featured artist for Collab Saturdays.

George grew up in Dun Laoghaire and his project 'Untitled' is a photographic study of his hometown through the prism of no longer being able to afford to live there.

George is not the only Irish artist being faced with the reality that they are no longer able to afford to live where they would consider home.

Dublin rapper Kojaque referenced this in his song Shmelly with the lyric: “Can't afford the rent where my ma done raised me. In the box room till the box push daisies”

Our jumpers are available for purchase here with all profits going to Irish charities battling homelessness.

   

 

 

 

 

 
              
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Our first collaboration is with none other than Drimnagh born, hip-hop artist, FYNCH.

FYNCH’s music examines the issues of modern-day life and this spoken word piece is no exception.

Our jumpers are available for purchase here with all profits going to Irish charities battling homelessness.