is a multi-disciplinary creative agency based in Dublin, Ireland, specialising in large scale graffiti murals and graphic design.
The studio produces original, concept driven work that aims to promote clients' needs in a unique and compelling manner.
A thorough creative process based around a system of staged deliverables involving the client drives all projects.
A great deal of the studio's body of work can be seen around Dublin's city centre, the most prominent being Blooms Hotel in Temple Bar, Dublin 1. The artwork is the largest sprayed piece of art in Ireland. It illustrates James Joyce's famous book Ulysses and took 8 months to complete.
· large scale sprayed murals
· painted signage
· graphic identities
· graphic design
· art direction
· web design
Absolut Vodka, Aviva Stadium,
Bunsen, Bodytonic, Blooms Hotel, Comex McKinnon,
Eagle Alpha, Elgin Energy,
ESB, Facebook, Heineken,
Jameson, LeCool, Logitech,
Ogilvy, Pressup, Playstation,
The Small Print, UCD
founded Inputout in 2007. He has been practicing graffiti writer since 1997 and received his honors degree in Visual Communications from the the National College of Art and Design (NCAD) in 2004.
James' family heritage is rich in creativity. Many generations attended NCAD and worked at Earley Studios – the family firm specialising in eclesiastical art. The studio ran from 1852—1973 and was based in Dublin city centre at 4 & 5 Camden Street Upper, Dublin 2.
As well as running Inputout James is involved in a large variety of self-driven projects including large public sprayed works of art, silk screen printed posters, the organisation of design retrospective exhibitions promoting design awareness and regular involvement in various group exhibitions.
Here is a link to his personal artwork page: