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Wall murals, often political, have long been a feature of Northern Ireland streets. The last decade has seen Belfast centre enhanced with a range of sensational street art wall murals transforming many walls and buildings. We have included a selection of these below.

Donegall Street Belfast - 
True to Our Words - Christina Angelina - 2015
Donegall Street Belfast –
True to Our Words – Christina Angelina – 2015
Donegall Street Belfast 2 - 
True to Our Words - Christina Angelina - 2015
Donegall Street Belfast –
True to Our Words – Christina Angelina – 2015
Donegall Street Belfast  - 
Andy Weatherall - Glen Molloy - 2020
Donegall Street Belfast –
Andy Weatherall – Glen Molloy – 2020
Donegall Street Belfast  - 
Beastie Boys - Glen Molloy
Donegall Street Belfast –
Beastie Boys – Glen Molloy
Donegall Street Belfast - 
The Acrobat - Alice Pasquini
Donegall Street Belfast –
The Acrobat – Alice Pasquini
Library Street  - 
Golden Spider Monkey - Louis Massai - 2015
Library Street –
Golden Spider Monkey – Louis Massai – 2015
Library Street   - 
KINMX - Untitled - 2017
Library Street –
KINMX – Untitled – 2017
Union Street  - 
Future's - Noys - 2020
Union Street –
Future’s – Noys – 2020
Union Street  - Keep 'er Lit - ADW - 2016
Union Street –
Keep ‘er Lit – ADW – 2016
Kent Street  - South East - Emic - 2015
Kent Street –
South East – Emic – 2015
I Didn't Float Up the Lagan in a Bubble - Caoilfhionn Hanton - 2020
Kent Street –
I Didn’t Float Up the Lagan in a Bubble – Caoilfhionn Hanton – 2020
Kent Street - Pomme Fritz - Conzo Throb/Ciaran Globel - 2018
Kent Street –
Pomme Fritz – Conzo Throb/Ciaran Globel – 2018
Gresham Street  - FORZAN (Force) - Sancho MDN - 2018
Gresham Street –
FORZAN (Force) – Sancho MDN – 2018
Gresham Street   - King Pidge - KVLR/Mr Jones/McGarry - 2017
Gresham Street –
King Pidge – KVLR/Mr Jones/McGarry – 2017
Winetavern Street - Newen Tribute - Visual - 2018
Winetavern Street –
Newen Tribute – Visual – 2018
Church Street Belfast -  KVLR - Home Taping is Killing Music - 2014
Church Street Belfast –
KVLR – Home Taping is Killing Music – 2014
Lower North Street Belfast 2 -  Fight or Flight - Friz/Danleo - 2013
Lower North Street Belfast –
Fight or Flight – Friz/Danleo – 2013
Donegall Street Place -  ICTU Artwork by Mark Ervine
ICTU Building with James Larkin Statue
Donegall Street Place – ICTU Artwork by Mark Ervine
ICTU Building with James Larkin Statue
Talbot Street - Street Art - The Son of Protagoras - MTO - 2014
Talbot Street –
The Son of Protagoras – MTO – 2014
Commercial Court 1 - Various
Commercial Court 1 – Various Artists – Belfast Street Art
Commercial Court 2 -  - Various
Commercial Court 2 – Various Artists – Belfast Street Art
Commercial Court 3 -  Various
Commercial Court 3 – Various Artists – Belfast Street Art
Commercial Court 4 -  Various
Commercial Court 4 – Various Artists – Belfast Street Art
Commercial Court 5  - Various
Commercial Court 5 – Various Artists – Belfast Street Art
Commercial Court 6  - Various
Commercial Court 6 – Various Artists – Belfast Street Art
Commercial Court 7  - Various
Commercial Court 7 – Various Artists – Belfast Street Art
Hill Street  - Still Waters - Nomad Clan - 2017
Hill Street –
Still Waters – Nomad Clan – 2017
Hill Street  - Still Waters - Nomad Clan - 2017
Hill Street –
Still Waters – Nomad Clan – 2017
Hill Street 3 - Dance by Candlelight - The Duel of Belfast - Conor Harrington - 2012
Hill Street –
Dance by Candlelight – The Duel of Belfast – Conor Harrington – 2012
Hill Street  - Golden Compromise - KVLR - 2016
Hill Street –
Golden Compromise – KVLR – 2016
High Street- The Chef - Smug - 2016
High Street-
The Chef – Smug – 2016
Dunbar Link -  Deep Love - ADW - 2017
Dunbar Link –
Deep Love – ADW – 2017
Pottinger's Entry - 
Hanks for the Memories - Verz - 2016
Pottinger’s Entry –
Hanks for the Memories – Verz – 2016
Pottinger's Entry 2 - Spirit of Commerce - Irony
Pottinger’s Entry –
Spirit of Commerce – Irony
Joy's Entry - Olaudah Equiano - Dreph - 2020
Joy’s Entry –
Olaudah Equiano – Dreph – 2020
Whites Tavern, Winecellar Entry - 
Danni Simpson
Whites Tavern, Winecellar Entry –
Danni Simpson

Seedhead Arts

The above images represent only a small sample of the street art of Belfast.

Most of the wall murals/ artwork featured have been commissioned by Seedhead Arts. Seedhead Arts is a Belfast based business providing arts consultancy, event management and training services. Seedhead specialities include festival based programming, Street Art, magic, children’s workshops and creative industries training. The stated goal of Seedhead is to use these skills to build connections and communities; to plant seeds in people’s heads.

Map of Belfast Street Art

A full map & listing of images commissioned by Seedhead Arts is available using the link below. This map shows the locations of the images, listing the the artists who produce these magnificent images along with additional information on the story behind each of the individual images.

Street Art walking Tours

Seedhead Arts also run a Street Art Walking Tour every Sunday (subject to Covid Lockdown restrictions).

Details of the Walking Tours are available below:


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1 Comment

Rudolf · 28 October 2021 at 6:23 pm

street art in belfast is fascinating and I would like to know, whether some of these artists also create small works of art to be bought for my home, on wood/metal/etc.? I am very interested and if there are smaller pieces available, I would visit and discuss directly, plus enjoy the belfast tour. Can you assist me?
Thank you very much
Rudolf from Switzerland

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