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Street Art - No Future On The Streets Of Dublin

Street Art - No Future On The Streets Of Dublin

DUBLIN City Council has run out of funding for key graffiti removal programmes, a Northside councillor has claimed.
Cllr Anne Carter (Lab) claims that she has been informed that no more graffiti will be removed by Dublin City Council unless it is seriously offensive or on its property.

For the last three years I have photographed Graffiti and "street art" in general throughout greater Dublin and to date I have had the impression that the local authorities or the police (Garda) were not really interested in taking any action against graffiti artists. This may be about to change because the Green Party are now part of our new government.

Green Party T.D. John Gormley has in the past called for sweeping measures to stop the “serious problem” of graffiti. Namely:

The introduction of specific legislation to deal with the offence of graffiti/street art
The establishment of a Special Garda Graffiti Unit to target artists
Rewards to be offered for tip-offs on Taggers
Community service orders
A Graffiti Hotline
Revoking the driving licences of graffiti artists
Banning the sale of spray paint to minors as well as banning the possession of spray paint in public place.

Do solutions such as suspending someone's driving licence indicate that the Green Party consider Graffiti to be as serious as drunken driving which actually results in many deaths?

To get a feel for their thinking on this topic I have included a statement that Mr. Gormley read to the Dail (Irish Parliament) a few years ago.

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Here is a statement made by Mr. Gormley about a year ago in the Irish Parliament. While his comments may be specific to Dublin or Ireland it still makes interesting reading no matter where you live.

Mr. Gormley: I thank the Ceann Comhairle for giving me the opportunity to raise the issue of graffiti vandalism, a problem which is becoming worse by the day in Dublin city and elsewhere. From previous parliamentary questions I put down on this issue, it appears the Government does not have a coherent strategy to deal with this issue. Local authorities are only now becoming aware that there is a serious problem. However, they simply do not have the resources or legislation to tackle it properly.
Anyone who has visited capital cities throughout Europe knows that graffiti vandalism is a major problem in Paris, Berlin and Rome. These beautiful cities have been defaced by these graffiti vandals. Interestingly, London does not appear to have the same problem, nor does New York, a city I visited last week for the UN conference on AIDS. Surely it would not be too much for this Government to examine how the New York authorities, or the authorities in New South Wales in Australia, dealt with the graffiti problem.
The US is one of the most progressive countries when it comes to anti-graffiti measures. Its innovative approaches include providing incentives for citizens to use protective coatings to minimise the damage caused by graffiti, revoking the driving licences of graffiti offenders, banning the sale of spray paint to minors, banning the possession of spray paint in public places and the rapid removal or painting over of graffiti once it is discovered. Its graffiti solutions programme builds on deterrents and law enforcement and focuses on prevention, harm minimisation and the removal of graffiti.
It appears we have no specific graffiti offence in Irish law, nor has the Minister any intention to introduce specific legislation. We were informed by the Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform that the Criminal Damage Act 1991 and the Litter Pollution Act 1997 cover the offence of graffiti. However, it is not at all clear how many people were convicted for graffiti vandalism last year. The Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform informed the House that there were 1,702 convictions for damaging or defacing property. How many were for graffiti vandalism? We were also told there was one conviction under the Litter Pollution Act 1997. Again, was this for graffiti vandalism?
The Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Deputy Roche, in reply to a parliamentary question stated he considers this legislation adequate. If this is so, why have we seen an upsurge in graffiti throughout Dublin? We cannot afford to underestimate the extent of this problem. This is not a harmless activity. Householders and shopkeepers must remove the graffiti and this costs a considerable amount of money. I know the owner of the pen shop on Dame Street had to remove graffiti from his windows and stonework on at least three occasions. Not only that, but graffiti gives rise to a sense of urban blight and lawlessness.
Although New South Wales had legislation dealing with property offences, it was felt necessary to introduce specific graffiti offences. These include damaging and defacing property by means of spray paint without reasonable excuse, the proof of which lies with

Custom Indiana Jones action figure (2000)

Custom Indiana Jones action figure (2000)

There are certain rites of passage for every customizer. Everybody takes a crack at Boshek near the beginning of their career. Most hit the Astromech droids at some point and chuck out an R3 or an R4. Many will take a run at Aurra Sing, Bren Derlin or Weequay #2.

But every Lucasfilm fan worth his salt will eventually come to the day when he wants to take on Indiana Jones.

Let's face it, the Raiders action figures are way too expensive, and the Han Solo - to - Dr. Jones conversion is far too tempting. So, presented here, my first attempt.... which, incidentally, is one of the few of my customs that I don't currently own - it was a commission for a friend.



* Han Solo (Cantina) - head, body, arms, legs, holster
* Rebel Fleet Trooper - gun
* Tatooine Accessory pack - gun barrel
* Toht from Kenner Raiders line - Fedora mold
* Chancellor Valorum - staff used as part of bullwhip

This is quite possibly the most complicated bit of customizing I've attempted thus far, if only because the subject is so dear to my heart. I wanted to create the ultimate Indiana Jones figure, so I went to a lot of trouble to get the details as close to correct as I can. Detailing on the Toys McCoy 12" Deluxe Indy doll is incredible; doing it at the 3 3/4 inch level was gonna be tough.

First I amassed reference material. The Toys McCoy doll was particularly helpful; the chart on the package of all the accessories gives better close-ups of Indy's clothing and props than any reference photos from the actual films. Also invaluable was, where images of everything Indy has ever worn or touched are available. Also pretty helpful were (now defunct),, and

The basic Han body was first altered by severing the holster, which was then reglued at a new angle a couple of milimeters higher. I also sanded off the detailing on his belt. The accuracy on the holster and belt are only so-so. Indy in fact wears 2 belts, one for his trousers and one for his holster. The holster has a flap with a button to keep it closed. I omitted both of these details, the former for ease's sake, the latter because I wanted to have Indy's gun removable from the holster.

The gun was a severely modified standard Rebel blaster. I cut the barrel and most of the stock off, and used my knife to remodel the body slightly. I then added a barrel (thinner than the original) from a Tatooine accessory set rifle. The new weapon fits in the holster perfectly. It isn't the most accurate replication of a Smith & Wesson revolver, but it ain't the most inaccurate, either.

The bullwhip was a length of Hasbro twist-tie, topped off with a chunk of Chancellor Valorum's staff. A small metal hook on the figure's belt holds the whip when it's not in use.

The next step was filling in the pants with Sculpey. I wanted to preserve the knee articulation, so I worked around the knees as best I could. One of these days I'm going to have to sit down and write out a formalized technique for creating pants, because I always tend to make it up as I go and the results vary from leg to leg. I did it as best I could. I also had to fill in the pocket left by the removal of Han's holster.

The hat was impression-molded from a Toht figure from the original Indiana Jones line. (The only figure from the original line I own; the Indy itself is way, way, WAY beyond my price range.) I didn't bother to make it removable, because a real adventurer never does anything without his hat.

I gave up on using any POTF2 jacket for Indy's jacket; there was either too much variation in style, size, or length. So the jacket, and Indy's shirt collar, were molded in Sculpey. I did my damndest to mainain the arm articulation... it wasn't easy. The jacket is molded halfway zipped up, to tip this as Indy during the truck chase sequence - one of my favourites. I made certain to mold the jacket seams on the back and under the arms.... but I did forget one important detail (I'm not telling).

After that, it was a matter of a complicated paint job topped off my a layer of grime.

I'm about 75% satisfied with the results; there are a few things I'd still like to change.

I would like to do a Temple of Doom version someday... and that one, I'm gonna keep.
Prophetic Customs

Not entirely "prophetic" to presume that Hasbro would turn out a major Indiana Jones line in 2008 to coincide with the release of the fourth Indy film, but Indiana Jones with Horse was released as part of the Indiana Jones deluxe line.

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