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While you were sleeping, this massive marriage equality mural went up on George's Street

Joe Caslin worked through the night to produce the piece.

YESTERDAY, WE TOLD you about street artist Joe Caslin’s plans to paint a massive marriage equality mural.

Where? On this prime piece of wall real estate at the junction of Dame Street and George Street in Dublin city centre.

joecaslin3 Source: Joe Caslin/Instagram

Last night, Caslin embarked on his mammoth undertaking.

And after working through the night, Dublin was greeted with this image this morning.

joecaslin Source: DailyEdge.ie

As you can see, the image depicts two young men embracing and is inspired by the Irish painting Meeting on the Turret Stairs by Frederic William Burton.

Caslin is set to follow up this image with a second portrait of two women kissing. The artist is currently looking for another suitable site, preferably in rural Ireland.

There must be a prehensile landowner or town council with the perfect urban canvas. Extend the support to other Irish towns: Boyle, Listowel, Sligo, Mullingar, Tramore, Kilkenny, or Cavan, for example. This is not just a referendum for capital.

Previously: A massive marriage equality mural is going up on George’s St tonight >

16 Irish celebrities who have pledged their support for marriage equality >

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