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Amazing video shows exactly how the Galway castle mural was created

With great care.

Source: Joe Caslin/Vimeo

JOE CASLIN’S MURALS have been a prominent part of the same-sex marriage referendum campaign.

So much so that the Limerick artist has even today been featured on the front-page of the International New York Times.

After his latest creation was installed on the side of a castle in Galway, he told that he wanted to show “the female side of marriage equality”.

Caslin has now released a video showing the work that went into installing the multi-storey high artwork.

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It’s really something, and even has pictures of two women it appears the image was modelled on.

Read: Pictures: The new lesbian mural placed on the side of a castle in Co Galway >

Read: 19,000 sign petition calling for same-sex marriage mural NOT to be removed >

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Rónán Duffy

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