An article of support from The American Ireland Funds published in their Fall edition of "Connect", their magazine which they send to thousands of philanthropists in a dozen countries world wide.
Pitching itself as “The Greatest Story Ever Strolled”, the Icon Walk cracks the heart of the Irish people wide open and tie-dyes the backstreets of Temple Bar with it's vibrant colours.
Lady Gregory, Countess Markievicz, Eva Gore-Booth, Kate O’Brien, Edna O’Brien, Teresa Deevy and Maria Edgeworth are honoured in Dublin as part of the Female Writers section of The Icon Walk.
The Icon Factory & The Icon Walk crosses the ocean and makes talk of it in the United States in the highly renowned THE NEW YORK TIMES Arts section
The Icon Factory is a not-for-profit charity that is staffed by contemporary artists and passionate volunteers.
One of the most famous Fench Tour Guides, LE ROUTARD writes about The Icon Walk & The Icon Factory. The Icon Walk received two out of three stars.
The famous Australian travel guide LONELY PLANET published an article about The Icon Factory & The Icon Walk introducing it as an "Arts Centre in Temple Bar" and one of the main cultural attractions to do in Dublin.
RTE NEWS have made a video about the culture night in Dublin with all the things to see, including The Icon Walk and Icon Factory.
SPOTTED BY LOCAL, Article by Lucie Ryan Donnelly about The Icon Project as THE LARGEST OPEN-AIR INSTALLATION IN IRELAND.
RTE - The Icon Art Walk, featuring images of Seamus Heaney and Oscar Wilde, opened yesterday in Dublin's Temple Bar.
RTE, Ireland's National Television and Radio Broadcaster talks about the “Walk of Fame" opening in Dublin.
Down the laneways and back alleys of Temple Bar large panels and murals tell the stories of the greats of Irish fashion, music, literature, art, sport, comedy and more. This is the Icon Walk.