Dublin buildings and streets to host The Best of Us exhibition
ICAD’s citywide public exhibition, showcasing work of Ireland’s design and advertising community, will feature projections onto buildings, digital billboards and more
The biggest public exhibition in the history of the Institute of Creative Advertising and Design (ICAD) will take place this week in Dublin.
The Best of Us will be held over three days, from December 3 to 5, showcasing the work of Ireland’s leading creatives at high-profile locations in and around Dublin city centre.
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