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Irish marriage equality mural makes front page of the International New York Times

Caslin took to Twitter this morning to share the news.

A MURAL BY Limerick artist Joe Caslin has been reproduced on the front page of the International edition of the New York Times.

Capture Source: Joe Caslin via Instagram

The mural which first appeared on South Great Georges Street in Dublin shows two men in an embrace. It was produced to promote a Yes vote in the same-sex marriage referendum on Friday.

Today’s New York Times reports that Ireland is set to ‘quietly take up same sex marriage’.

Caslin took to Twitter this morning to share the news, saying: “Today the drawing that was installed on South Great George’s Street made the front page of the International New York Times.”

It comes after a new mural by the artist was revealed on the side of the ancient Caher Castle in Galway this week. It shows two women in an embrace.

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

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