Emic is a Street Artist based in Belfast. Since 2012 he has been painting and pasting around the UK and Ireland.


The Artist paints on walls and canvas using a combination of aerosols and oils. His Art explores human identity and our connection to the contrasting worlds of the urban and the natural. The Artwork presents themes of chaos, tranquility, technology and abandonment. We are constantly affected by our surroundings, be it manmade or natural.


Emic has been commissioned to paint large-scale murals across the country with clients such as Queens University and  Dublin City Council.


In 2015 he was awarded the Visual Artists Ireland DAS residency.


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3D Exhibition

The third and final installment of my 3d project will be an exhibition at Framewerk gallery in East Belfast. The launch night will be on Thursday 13th October from 7-9pm. Everyone is welcome to join us as we celebrate with some drinks, music and art. The Facebook...


Another piece from the Fluid exhibition with deadbeat at QSS. Hand Aerosol/Oil/Marker on canvas

Hit The North 2016

This is for the 8-bit generation. The piece is called South East, the hands have been painted retro 3d and work with 3d glasses on. I’ve left a pair in the Sunflower Public House & Live Music if you want to check it out. Cheers to Seedhead Arts and Community...

Same But Different

Same But Different Oil and aerosol on aluminium This is the first piece from my 3d project. It is on show at QSS for the next two weeks.

Evolve Phat Jam 5

  Create your own chaos Painted at the Evolve Urban Art Phat Jam yesterday. Big thanks to Ene for the invite down, a great day was had with some of Irelands best Street Artists present. Yesterday was the beginning of an eventful week with Hit The North, Fluid...

Evolve Phat Jam

Tomorrow Evolve Urban Art’s Phat Jam 5 will be taking place at the Bernard Shaw, Dublin. I will be in attendance along with 12 other Artists including Danleo, Ideal, Novice, Kin, KVLR, Friz, Oner, El Viz, Debut, Estr, Thiago and Aliss. Been a while since I was...