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Wednesday February 01 2006
01:00 AM

Artivism

category dublin | arts and media | event notice author Friday January 20, 2006 15:49author by Will St. Leger Report this post to the editors

Exhibtion - 1st – 28th February 2006

Artist and activist, Will St. Leger begins an exhibition of stencil art entitled
‘Artivism’ from the 1st – 28th February 2006 at The Front Lounge, Parliament
Street, Dublin 2

Weapons of Mass Recreation
Weapons of Mass Recreation

St. Leger’s work is a humorous and sometimes surreal fusion of icons, events and images from popular culture stencilled on canvas in limited editions.

As a designer, Will worked in London from the mid-nineties on many brands
including work on Beck’s Futures art prize. He’s produced six limited edition
Beck’s bottles working alongside artists such as Tracy Emin and Damien Hirst.

As an activist, He has been on the front line of many direct actions with
environmental group Greenpeace and designed some of their subvertising
campaigns against oil companies, nuclear power operators and illegal loggers.

Will has written diaries of his subvertising for magazines The Face and Dazed &
Confused.

Related Link: http://www.willsaint.com
author by d'otherpublication date Sat Jan 28, 2006 12:20Report this post to the editors

Is this bloke Irish? The website is fairly dazzing in its lack of detail, so maybe someone has a few more links on him. Many of the icons he uses are very Irish, hence begging the question.

author by Fintanpublication date Sun Jan 29, 2006 18:27Report this post to the editors

He is, follow the links next to story. He's done action on waste and campaigning against Esso

author by katepublication date Sun Feb 05, 2006 15:50Report this post to the editors

does anyone know of any othe web sites with info on will st leger? tryna write an essay her for college having probs

author by Helen Wpublication date Thu Mar 16, 2006 15:38author email helenwalsh2507 at yahoo dot co dot ukReport this post to the editors

Of course Will is Irish and I have the delight in knowing the man. He started out his environmental awareness in his home town Clonmel with our organisation Earthwatch and I hope we helped to contribute towards what Will is today!
Well done on your exhibition Will - I always knew you have a lot to contribute to people and you continue to do it as selflessly as always!

 
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