Yes. I need to refuel my car here, and only here. “No.27 – A Nod to Ed Ruscha” is a street installation in Limerick City, Ireland. The artist behind this fabulous petrol station is Maser. Here are a few more of his installations. I would so stay in this motel, or climb around on that gorgeous sculpture:

Wait for me, kids!

comments (5)

  1. Paige Lorrabeth /// 11.07.2014 /// 7:57am

    The last three pictures are from the city I live in (fayetteville, AR). I got to watch him build and paint each of those. I’ve been following your blog for years and had to do a double take when I saw his iconic style. So fun!

  2. Lee @ Modern Granola /// 11.07.2014 /// 8:20am

    So quirky fun! Love the colors.

  3. Maggie /// 11.07.2014 /// 2:23pm

    Holy smokes this is so so cool. I love the colors.


  4. Juliettesurprise /// 11.08.2014 /// 3:36am

    FABULOUS! Wonderful! Magnificent!

  5. Pattern Pulp - Friday Quick Links! /// 11.14.2014 /// 2:01pm

    […] 1. Kat O’Sullivan’s psychedelic retreat via designboom 2. Greta Van Campen’s gorgeous graphic paintings via Miss Moss 3. Olivia Rae James’ buddy system via SF Girl By Bay 4. Interview with painter Fred Fowler via The Design Files 5. Lovely little loom tutorial via Sugar and Charm 6. Merve Özaslan’s intriguing collages via Honestly WTF 7. Rachel Ibarra‘s papier-mâché and canvas vessels via Design Crush 8. Loving Schönstaub’s nebula rugs and towels via Colossal 9. Celia Johnson’s punchy, pop-y work via Art Hound 10. DIY Basket weaving via design*sponge 11. London’s eccentric new museum via The Fox is Black 12. Awesome installations by Maser via The Jealous Curator […]