Icon Factory

Icon Factory

German journalist Günther Michels took his time to find our more about The Icon walk & The Icon Factory by interviewing resident artist and manager of the project Aga Szot.

The IRISH TIMES ask culture questions to tourists people in the street "We might like to see Ireland as a cultural beacon, but not all tourists share this view, as Una Mullally discovers in Temple Bar".

RTE, Ireland's National Television and Radio Broadcaster talks about the “Walk of Fame" opening in Dublin.

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 attraction to do in Dublin.

SPOTTED BY LOCAL, Article  by Lucie Ryan Donnelly and The Icon Project as THE LARGEST OPEN-AIR INSTALLATION IN IRELAND.

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. Higher than Dublin Castle and Photogrpahic Archive in Dublin.

The Irish Independent talk about The Icon Walk project.


The Icon Factory has been awarded for the best shop front category in 2013.

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Temple Bar, Dublin 2 – Just off Fleet Street (Behind the Temple Bar Hotel, The Hard Rock Cafe and The Morgan Hotel)
Look For – Aston Place, Bedford Lane and Price’s Lane for the Icon Walk.