You may spot these en route to work today.
Two enormous new murals have now been completed at Pope’s Quay and Sullivan’s Quay, adding a pop of colour to both areas.
The pieces, which were completed as part of the third outing of the Ardú Street Art Project, have already been heaped with praise online, with many locals and passers-by commenting on how they improve the neighbourhood.
Belgian painter Kitsune Jolene finished her three-storey image of a red-haired woman in the moonlight at Sullivan’s Quay on Saturday.
Meanwhile, French illustrator Claire Prouvost was also hard at work over the past few days, completing a stunning geometric, cubist-inspired work on Pope’s Quay.
Made possible thanks to the support of Cork City Council, the Creative Ireland Programme, and Pat McDonnell Paints, the latest Ardú street art collection also included an array of fun cartoon characters at South Terrace by Cork-born, Bristol-based artist Vents.