Republican graffiti, Falls Road, West Belfast, 1980. Graffiti refers to the first Republican Hunger Strike in 1980. The protest was called off on December 18 after 53 days; the collapse of the deal led to the second Hunger Strike of 1981. 'H-Block...
Graffiti, Unity Flats, Belfast City Centre, 1983. Centre-left, background, 'Celtic' (Celtic Football Club in Glasgow is the team which Northern Irish Catholics traditionally follow); local graffiti.
Mural, Ballymurphy Youth Club, Ballymurphy, West belfast, 1989. One of the few non-aligned murals, represents mythical creatures - Pegasus the winged horse and a unicorn.
Murals; Republicans; Graffiti; IRA
Republican graffiti, Springhill Avenue, Ballymurphy, West Belfast, 1989. 'PIRA Fuck Mo.J C'Ville Celtic FC'. Provisional IRA; graffti against Maurice Johnson, Catholic who signed for Glasgow Rangers F.C., traditionally a Protestant club, after...
Murals; Republicans; Nationalist; Gaelic games
Republican/Nationalist mural, Flax Street, Ardoyne, North Belfast, 1994. Mural depicts traditional Gaelic games, from left, Hurling, Gaelic Football, Camogie (Women's Hurling). 'Failte go dti Ardeoin (Welcome to Ardoyne) Gaelic Games Part of our Is...
Loyalist mural, Union St., Portadown. Mural dedicated to Rangers Football Club.
Loyalist mural, Cathedral Youth Club, The Fountain, Derry. UDA insignia; commemorates UDA volunteer killed in premature explosion while planting bomb in Republic of Ireland 1973. Original mural r-painted.
Nationalist mural, Stewart St., The Markets, Belfast, 2001. Celtic FC mural; 'The Celtic Football Club 1888'; two spray cans decorated with 'League Champs 2001' and 'CIS Cup Champs'; 'Dedicated 2 Sean McKiernan, James Kennedy, Patrick O’Neill....
Street Sign; Nationalist; Non-Aligned
Street sign, nationalist/non-aligned, Violet St, West Belfast. Mural depicts club crest and figures from history of Celtic Football Club (Martin O'Neill, Henrik Larsson, Neil Lennon and Chris Sutton). Local graffiti.
Nationalist mural, Friendly St., The Markets, Belfast, 2002. Insignia of Celtic Football club and theFootball Association of Ireland. Scottish and Irish flags fly above slogan 'Albain Agus Eire' (Scotland and Ireland).
Murals; Nationalist; Football; Celtic Football Club
Nationalist mural, Violet Street, Cavendish Street, West Belfast, 2002. Emblem of Celtic Football Club, with three players (from left Chris Sutton, Henrik Larssen, ?Neil Lennon) and manager, Martin O'Neill. Irish nationalists and republicans...
Murals; Nationalist; Football; Celtic Football Club; Graffiti
Nationalist mural, Violet Street, Cavendish Street, West Belfast, 2002. Martin O'Neill, manager, Celtic Football Club. Irish nationalists and republicans traditionally support Celtic, Glasgow rivals in the Scottish Premiership of Rangers (supported...
Non-Aligned; Loyalist; Murals
Non-aligned/Loyalist mural, Ravenhill St., East Belfast, 2004. 'The Ulster Connection RFC'; Rangers footballer in first kit; plaques with names of Ulster players for Rangers: 'J. Macauley. 1910-1911. App.1 Goals 0. B. Manderson. 1915 – 1927. App....
Unionist/Loyalist mural, Broadway, The Village, South Belfast, 2006. Crest with Northern Ireland flaf and insignia of Linfield Football Club (traditionally the Protestant team) and Northern Ireland Football Association. 'Proud Supporters For Club &...
Unionist/Loyalist mural, Broadway/Broadway Parade, The Village, South Belfast, 2006. 'Football heroes' with portraits of local football players; insignia Linfield Football Club and Northern Ireland Football Association.
Nationalist mural, Shaftesbury Ave., Lower Ormeau, Belfast, 2006. Mural dedicated to St. Malachy's Gaelic Athletic Club; four figures playing Gaelic sports; four portraits local figures (unknown); Celtic border design.