A 60-foot portrait of a 21-year-old woman with Down Syndrome has been unveiled as Dublin's newest mural.
The temporary piece, which is made of paper, is located on the side of a building on Harcourt Street.
Artist Joe Caslin - well-known for the mural he created in Dublin during the marriage equality campaign - was commissioned by Down Syndrome Ireland to create the mural as part of its latest campaign.
The campaign focuses on ensuring people with the condition can live the lives they want, with the mural aimed at encouraging people to consider the positive things someone with Down Syndrome can bring to your community.
Amanda Butler from Mullingar is the face of the new campaign.
He said: "As part of today's launch a special report is being released.
"It includes fresh data from a new survey... highlighting the gaps between public attitudes and the harsh realities of life for people with Down Syndrome and their families.
"For example, currently Ireland has the lowest rate of employment and one of the highest poverty rates for people with disabilities in the EU."
He said they're putting forward 21 demands to the Government to bring around "real change" on disability rights - including in areas such as education, healthcare and individualised funding.
The organisation's research shows that 6 in 10 secondary school students with Down Syndrome say they want to go to college, but fewer than 3 in 10 do.
It's estimated that less than 6% of adults with Down Syndrome are employed.