The tributes continue Sinéad O’Connorthe Irish singer found dead in London on 26 July by fans from all over the world, especially those from the United Kingdom who loved her first.
In view of‘last farewell to the fifty-six year old, which will be held on Tuesday August 8 at Braya town north of County Wicklow twenty kilometers south of Dublin, has appeared a written which testifies to the affection of the Irish for what was one of the most representative artists of her generation. The installation, visible only from above, conveys a straightforward message: “ÉIRE SINÉAD” with the symbol of a heart between the two words. “Ireland loves Sinéad”. The tribute, visible in a video on Instagram, has already made the rounds of social networks.
The funeral in the town loved by the singer
Simple and touching, the homage to Sinéad O’Connor which appeared on the Bray hills on 6 August appears even more moving in the context of the greenery and cliffs that welcomed the singer-songwriter for fifteen years of her life.
Sinéad O’Connor loved the peace and liveliness of the seaside town of Bray and there, in County Wicklow, she will rest in peace after the funeral ceremony on Tuesday 8 August which will be followed by a public procession which will be an opportunity for friends and fans to pay their last respects to the icon of pop and rock music. Before the burial, which will take place privately, the procession will travel along Bray seafront, crossing Strand Road from one end to the other. The emotion is still a lot, as evidenced by the comments that have appeared under the posts on the Instagram page of The Tenth ManLcreative agency in Dublin who made stills and video images of the O’Connor tribute that it is only visible from above. Each letter of the inscription is in fact nine meters high.
Tributes to the singer
The Tenth Man, the agency that created the giant writing in memory of Sinéad O’Connor in collaboration with Mack Signs, a specialist in signs and murals, justified the gesture by explaining that it is the result of the love of the Irish for the singer. The sign, which stands not far from where O’Connor owned a property, has been at a point marked out to sailing pilots since the Second World War. The creatives have thought of a essential tribute because so much has already been said and written about the singer and the misfortunes that have crossed her tormented existence.
The inscription, created in recycled plasticwill be removed but for now it is a symbol for all those who have admired the voice of Nothing Compares 2 U. Last week the city of Dublin also honored the singer with a tribute projected on the Samuel Beckett bridge on which the words of the famous hit written by Prince had appeared at night.