A 60ft mural of a 21-year-old woman with Down Syndrome has been unveiled in Dublin City Centre.
The mural, fittingly titled "Don't Talk Down To Me" can be found at the corner of Harcourt Street and Clonmel Street.
Don't Talk Down to Me!
This is Amanda Butler (21) by artist @joecaslin on the corner of Harcourt Street & Clonmel Street, Dublin.
The mural is to mark our 50th birthday!
— Down Syndrome IRL (@DownSyndromeIRL) July 27, 2021
It features a smiling Amanda Butler who's from Mullingar, Co Westmeath.
The piece was created by one of Ireland's leading street activists Joe Caslin.
He's the creative mind behind a number of memorable murals dotted around Dublin.
He created the 2015 #YesEquality mural and painted the on Collins Barracks to highlight mental health stigma.
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Caslin's piece was unveiled to mark 50 years of Down Syndrome Ireland and to launch the group's latest report.