Ireland's finally on the front page for the right reasons.

Joe Caslin's mural on South Great George's St in Dublin makes the front page of the international edition of the New York Times today, accompanying a story about Friday's referendum on the marriage equality.

The mural, which has received a lot of attention both nationally and now internationally in the run-up to Friday's vote, is, as you can imagine, a big deal for artist Joe Caslin, who posted a screenshot of the front page to Instagram with the caption "Today the drawing that was installed on South Great George's Street made the front page of the International New York Times."

The International edition of the New York Times has a circulation of more than 220,000 and a readership of more than 420,000, with plenty more eyes being drawn to it today as the referendum makes news around the world.

You can read the full story on the New York Times website today, and view the front page in full here.