Teenage Dreams Mural Belfast

Alastair Stockman
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This is an open edition photographic print by Alastair Stockman entitled 'Teenage Dreams'.

The print captures the image of the celebrated local tribute to the late John Peel which has been described as ‘one of the most natural and positive murals in Belfast’. It was originally painted by local graffiti artists Ken Maze and Glen Black on the flyover at Belfast City East in 2004.

The illustrated lyrics, ‘Teenage dreams, so hard to beat’ came from the debut single, ‘Teenage Kicks’, written and released by the iconic Londonderry band The Undertones. The Teenage Kicks EP was originally played in 1979 by John Peel who famously gave the Undertones a chance on BBC Radio 1 before they had their own record deal. This gave massive national exposure to the band, before social media ever existed. The mural was photographed by Alastair, who was himself an avid Undertones fan and this now globally recognised image was created. He then presented individual prints of Teenage Dreams to the members of The Undertones along with their producer Terri Hooley.

In 2013 the mural was cover over by the department of Social development in favour of a new colour scheme as part of urban regeneration which caused an outcry from Undertones fans, local residents and media. Social media provided a contemporary platform for community groups in the area who combined forces to demand that the mural be reinstated. Terri Hooley added momentum to the campaign, their voices were heard at Stormont and ‘Teenage dreams’ was restored as part of a Community Arts Project in 2015.

The photograph is printed on high quality Fuji crystal photographic paper.

Orders will be shipped same day if the order is received before 3.00pm, otherwise next working day.

Prints are framed using wooden frames with off white mount and glass. Unframed prints will be sent rolled in a sturdy tube.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Artist Alastair Stockman
Subject Irish images, Cityscape
Number in Edition N/A
Signed Yes
One Off No
Image Size 76 x 20.5 cm
Paper Size N/A
Mounted Size N/A
Framed Size 90.5 x 32.5 cm
Medium Photographic Print
Catalogue Number AS0036
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Teenage Dreams Mural Belfast Alastair Stockman

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Frame Details

IK(A)
Dimensions (w) x (d) mm 20 x 35
Colour Black
Finish Satin Sprayed
Profile Flat
Made from Fibreboard, Foil
Glazing Glass
Mount Off White
£160.00
Teenage Dreams Mural Belfast
£95.00

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UK - we aim to deliver within 2 working days following dispatch. For next working day select Express Delivery at the check out.  
Ireland - we aim to deliver within 2 working days.
Elsewhere - we aim to deliver within 7-10 working days subject to custom clearance.
 
All UK and Ireland deliveries are also available to be collected from our gallery in Holywood.

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Description

Details

This is an open edition photographic print by Alastair Stockman entitled 'Teenage Dreams'.

The print captures the image of the celebrated local tribute to the late John Peel which has been described as ‘one of the most natural and positive murals in Belfast’. It was originally painted by local graffiti artists Ken Maze and Glen Black on the flyover at Belfast City East in 2004.

The illustrated lyrics, ‘Teenage dreams, so hard to beat’ came from the debut single, ‘Teenage Kicks’, written and released by the iconic Londonderry band The Undertones. The Teenage Kicks EP was originally played in 1979 by John Peel who famously gave the Undertones a chance on BBC Radio 1 before they had their own record deal. This gave massive national exposure to the band, before social media ever existed. The mural was photographed by Alastair, who was himself an avid Undertones fan and this now globally recognised image was created. He then presented individual prints of Teenage Dreams to the members of The Undertones along with their producer Terri Hooley.

In 2013 the mural was cover over by the department of Social development in favour of a new colour scheme as part of urban regeneration which caused an outcry from Undertones fans, local residents and media. Social media provided a contemporary platform for community groups in the area who combined forces to demand that the mural be reinstated. Terri Hooley added momentum to the campaign, their voices were heard at Stormont and ‘Teenage dreams’ was restored as part of a Community Arts Project in 2015.

The photograph is printed on high quality Fuji crystal photographic paper.

Orders will be shipped same day if the order is received before 3.00pm, otherwise next working day.

Prints are framed using wooden frames with off white mount and glass. Unframed prints will be sent rolled in a sturdy tube.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Artist Alastair Stockman
Subject Irish images, Cityscape
Number in Edition N/A
Signed Yes
One Off No
Image Size 76 x 20.5 cm
Paper Size N/A
Mounted Size N/A
Framed Size 90.5 x 32.5 cm
Medium Photographic Print
Catalogue Number AS0036
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