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A new Repeal mural has just appeared in Dublin 7

Two replica banners have been unveiled in Blackhall Place.

LAST WEEK, A mural in support of the Repeal The 8th campaign in Dublin’s Temple Bar was removed for not having planning permission.

The artwork was created by the street artist Maser, and commissioned by The Hunreal Issues.

There was a huge outcry at its removal, and the design was recreated on t-shirts, stickers, and donuts:

For @maserart and all ya'll !! Available only in Aungier Street for #today only. (Wednesday) ✌🏼#repealthe8th

A photo posted by Aungier Danger (@aungierdanger) on

Earlier today, it was announced that the mural would be getting a new home – and this morning, two replica banners went up in the windows of the Irish Council for Civil Liberties headquarters in Blackhall Place.

They’re already attracting a lot of attention:

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Previously: A Wicklow artist has responded to the Repeal controversy with a mural of his own>

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