Sunday December 8, 2019

‘Selfie sticker’ campaign aims to encourage youth turnout at polls

Aaron Rogan

News Correspondent

19th May, 2019
Maser: among the artists commissioned to design an ‘I voted’ sticker Pic: Fergal Phillips

Irish street artist Maser has designed a “selfie sticker” to encourage youth voting in this week’s election.

Artists Jacek Matysiak and Jacky Sheridan were also commissioned as part of the “I voted” campaign which will involve 150,000 stickers being given out in the Dublin City Council area.

Campaigner Liz Carolan and journalist Una Mullally, who are behind the project, said the aim was to encourage voters to share their stickers...

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