An enormous four-story mural of two men embracing by Irish illustrator and street artist Joe Caslin went up overnight on South Great Georges Street in downtown Dublin, meant to be a "poignant representation of same-sex love in the city" ahead of the Irish marriage referendum on May 22.
(top image via Panti Bliss)
Caslin says he is selling prints all weekend on South Great Georges Street and will be opening up an online shop as well.
Wrote Caslin of the image:
| E Q U A L I T Y | – Claddagh…The hands represent friendship….The crown represents loyalty….And the heart represents love. …#voteyes
Here's the building before the mural went up via Caslin on Instagram.