The Icon Factory is a not-for-profit charity that is staffed by contemporary artists and passionate volunteers.
Faye Strawn wrote a great article about The Icon Factoy and The Icon Walk in the Metro Eireann in 2014: "Artist co-op seeks to clean up Temple Bar's dingier corners" :
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 Irish Independent talk about The Icon Walk project.
The Icon Factory has been awarded for the best shop front category in 2013.
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.
The book "City trip Dublin" advises travellers to visit The Icon Factory & The Icon Walk.
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 is delighted to present "Magical and Mystical Ireland", an exhibition of tapestries by Rozalia Hosz.
As part of the Polish Arts Festival 2019, the Hunt Museum in Limerick will showcase the work of The Icon Factory Artists: Aga Szot, Kevin Bohan Art, Pawel Jasinski, Mel White, Iwona Kręciwilk, Iulian Bocancea (Iulian On) and Katarzyna Sliwa (JoyDi Substance).