Street artist Emmalene Blake has been making a splash during lockdown with a series of striking graffiti works - watch a gallery above.
The latest features the late George Floyd, an unarmed black man who had been pinned down with a knee to the neck by a US police officer, leading to the worst civil unrest in decades in New York, Los Angeles and dozens of other major US cities.
In recent months, Blake's distinctive graffiti works, which appear on the walls of the Kingswood estate in Tallaght, Dublin, where she lives, thank frontline workers and highlight social distancing measures. Watch a short film showcasing her work from RTÉ News below:
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The works, which have featured rap superstar Cardi B, singers Dua Lipa and Robyn, as well as David Bowie rock group The Police, have gone viral globally. Cardi B reposted her work to her 67M Instagram followers.
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Neighbours donated €1,000 for Emmalene to buy more paint and continue her work.
"I'm going to keep the series going," she told RTÉ News. "They've done that fundraising for all that paint so I have to use up all that paint!"