Graffiti artist Maser has transformed the site in Ireland into an interactive installation, inspired by artist Ed Ruscha.

Irish graffiti artist Maser has transformed a disused gas station in Ireland into a brightly colored urban art installation, inspired by American pop artist Ed Ruscha. The interactive installation in Limerick city is part of a larger mission to match derelict spaces in the area with an artist.

The transformative project, entitled ‘No.27 – A Nod To Ed Ruscha', features vibrant patterns adorning the site. It was produced in collaboration with Limerick City Council and senior youth worker Catherine O'Halloran. Maser said:

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