Bloody Sunday Commemoration

The fourth mural by the Bogside Artists shows the faces of the fourteen people who died on or as a result of Bloody Sunday. There is also an oak leaf – symbol of Derry – for each person. The mural was launched in January, for the 27th anniversary of the event (CAIN).

Westland Street, Derry


Copyright © 1999 Peter Moloney


The Cutting Edge






Five in a row in Moyola Drive, Derry: Briogáid Doire with crossed rifles and oak leaves; [a Tricolour – no separate image]; “the cutting edge” weaponry; a Sunburst; and, a celtic cross flying Starry Plough and Tricolour with the names of the deceased 1981 hunger strikers.

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Copyright © 1990 Peter Moloney

IRA Rule Derry

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On the left, a Bible quote — “No greater love hath a man than he lays down his life for his friends.” [John 15:13] — and The 5 Demands — No prison uniform, no prison work, free association, letters, visits, etc., full remission — with the oak leaf and crossed rifles of the Derry Brigade Provisional IRA in between.

On the right, Starry Plough, fractured “H”, and Irish Tricolour are linked by barbed wire. With posters above for hunger-strikers Pat Sheehan, Jackie McMullan, [Hugh] Gerry Carville, who all ended their strikes when October 3rd, 1981, when the strike was ended.

Westland Street, Derry

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Copyright © 1982 Peter Moloney