Roadside Craic

St Patricks Day street art, Cardiff
A once busy, bustling area of Cardiff full of warehouses, garages and industrial units. (Would you call this area Grangetown or Leckwith?)

But recently a lot of car showrooms have moved elsewhere in the city and now the area has become a bit neglected thus resulting in some large hoardings being erected around the vacant sites.
St Patricks Day street art, Cardiff
Cue some local artists to help revive and add some colour into the area.

Artist Rmer, has painted roadside featuring a fighting leprechaun in the centre of some huge text reading ‘Some mers’

Featuring Rmer’s now trademark skull but this time with an Irish twist – now sporting a green hat and a fetching beard to help celebrate St Patrick’s Day.

St Patricks Day street art, Cardiff
St Patricks Day street art, CardiffSt Patricks Day street art, Cardiff
St Patricks Day street art, Cardiff

Joining Rmer on this piece was Somes who helped with this Irish masterpiece. That 3d text has such clean lines.
St Patricks Day street art, Cardiff
St Patricks Day street art, Cardiff
St Patricks Day street art, Cardiff
St Patricks Day street art, Cardiff
Remnants of previous hoardings litter the battered concrete side road with works from Amok and Litra to name a couple.
St Patricks Day street art, Cardiff
St Patricks Day street art, CardiffSt Patricks Day street art, Cardiff

Also painting along this stretch were contributions from Putin, Amok, Pure Hdees and Karm.

Definately a spot now to add to the many great walls in Cardiff.

St Patricks Day street art, Cardiff
St Patricks Day street art, Cardiff
St Patricks Day street art, Cardiff

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  1. skroez says:

    Nice wall, & pieces are killer, I’m itching to paint soon, for know I’m going to get Panels/boards delivered, just to paint a few Straight letter and characters etc. Out the back yard of my flat. I can spend my time, and paint before it gets too painful, etc.
    Keep up the good work man, Loving the new skool writers work, as well as my crew mates, We’re one big family in Cardiff, from writers of different styles, crews to those that document the graffiti on the walls in our City, Along with our Brothers and sisters in the scene in Bristol and London etc.
    Cool man.. Peace

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