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Joe Caslin is back with a stunning new mural in Waterford in aid of Pieta House

Joe has done it again.

YOU MAY REMEMBER Joe Caslin as the man behind The Claddagh Embrace.

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The mural on George’s Street in Dublin was one of the most iconic images of the Marriage Equality Referendum last year, and even made the front page of the New York Times.

Joe is continuing his mission to illustrate Ireland with another gorgeous mural in Waterford

His latest piece of work can be found on the former Ard Rí Hotel and took a week to complete – as part of the Waterford Walls 2016 Festival

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It was created using paper and acrylic glue, and is lit in a way that it overlooks the entire city

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As with most of Caslin’s work, it has a deep meaning behind it. It’s all to raise awareness of Pieta House, the centre for the prevention of self-harm and suicide in Waterford, and A Lust For Life, an organisation dedicated to personal wellbeing.

People have been full of praise since the mural was finished up yesterday

Well done to Joe and the team on another amazing piece

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