There is no doubting the fact that St. Kevin was a popular saint in the area as there are at least three churches named after him.
The painted utility cabinet in my photographs is located outside the 1886 St Kevin's Church. It was unused and unoccupied for an extended period of time but it was converted to apartments in the late 1990s.
This Church Of Ireland gothic church with red sandstone trim was designed by Sir Thomas Drew.
Unfortunately I know nothing about the artist responsible for the Paint-A-Box street art.