Maser is an artist originally from Dublin who has strong creative ties with Limerick due to his continued collaboration with Draw Out over the past 8 years. Maser began painting graffiti as early as 1995 where he soon earned the respect of other graffiti artists in Ireland and throughout Europe for his unique, abstracted style and also for his emotive and powerful messages of humanity and love.

His mural work has won him notoriety not only in the street art world but has also helped establish him in the contemporary art world, leading to the opening of Atelier Maser, an artistic collaborative hub and exhibition space. Maser has long established himself as one of Ireland’s leading visual artist working in the urban environment

‘Repeal the 8th’ mural removed in Dublin under protest Charities Regulator deems Maser mural on Project Arts Centre a ‘political activity’ Irish Times

The Dublin native is known for his large-scale murals and installations, his collaborations with artists and musicians, as well as his recent messaging ‘Maser Loves You’ which has become instantly recognisable in Dublin plus his strong links with the Repeal the 8th movement and his support of the Simon Community. Some of his most recognisable pieces include his colourful rejuvenation of an abandoned Limerick City petrol station, and his Repeal the 8th mural at the Project Arts Centre which drew enormous media attention and only bolstered the message it portrayed with its removal.

Maser collaboration with Askew One on Little William Street, Limerick