Welcome Inn Traffic Box

Tom Doig & PROC

1 Oliver Plunkett Street

The Welcome Inn, the city's only remaining 'early house', has been perched on this corner of Cork City for nearly 200 years. There was always going to be only one theme when we got our hands on these manky old traffic boxes.

All words on the box mean 'welcome' in different languages with Irish/Gaeilge in the middle. Clockwise from the top left the languages are French, Thai, Turkish, Hindi, Turkish, Catalan, Yoruba, Polish, Japanese, Ukrainian, Swedish, Welsh.

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