Will St Leger
'Landmine Trail': On Sunday 1 April 2007. he placed 100 fake 'landmines' made from stencilled enemal plates in five parks around Dublin, Ireland. In an interview with Wooster Collective he said, "The reason for doing this was to get people asking themselves, 'what if the world I walked in was littered with landmines?'"
'Bertie cash giveaway': On 31 March 2008. St Leger placed £50,000 worth of fake 'Bertie' bills depicting Irish Taoiseach, Bertie Ahern on the statue of Molly Malone in Dublin, Ireland. The artist claimed that the money which also depicts an excavator tipping Celtic art into a waste skip were in protest to the N3 road's incursion of the Hill of Tara.
- "Artivism" Indymedia.ie. Retrieved 21 April 2007
- "Interview with a Stop Esso activist" greenpeace.org.uk Retrieved 21 April 2007
- "100 Landmines in Dublin". woostercollective.com. Retrieved 21 April 2007
- "Landmine Trail". Retrieved 21 April 2007
- "Arches Theatre Festival review" The Scotsman Retrieved 3 March 2009
- "Home News" The Irish Independent. Retrieved 1 April 2008
- "Will St Leger" Totally Dublin Retrieved 3 March 2009
- "irishstreetart.com" Retrieved 22 November 2010
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