This is stunning!
A mural of Dolores O’Riordan has been unveiled in Limerick right by King John's Castle.
A Dublin street artist, called Aches, created the mural in which he describes, 'Glitch Graffiti'.
Aches is well known for his unique, glitchy style and who has created several iconic pieces-- such as the stirring portrait of Savita Halappanavar, which appeared the night before the referendum to repeal the 8th amendment.
The mural is the latest in a series that celebrates influential and powerful women in Limerick, by local urban-art initiative, Draw Out.
Draw Out creator Catherine O’Halloran has described the response to the latest mural as “overwhelming”.
“There’s been such a great reaction to it,” said Catherine, “it shows just how dear she was to everyone here in Limerick, she really represented something special for us. Even to see the reaction of her family has been a beautiful thing to watch,” she added, “it’s so special as everyone has such a unique relationship with the piece and with her and her music. To see how people engage with it is absolutely fantastic and it’s something that we’ve really been anticipating in a different way to other murals we’ve done.”