It's dominated the Dublin skyline since the middle of last year, but today the wrap over Liberty Hall has been taken down.
The wrap was placed around three sides of the building around September last year to mark the 1913 Lockout's centenary.
It covered the building from the first to the fifteenth floors, in the form of a three-sided storyline, depicting the events of 1913.
SIPTU's Head of Communications Frank Connolly said they received a lot of good feedback on the wrap.
"This is a difficult building at the best of times and the wrap made it look better. We have questions over what we're going to do with the building. [The wrap] was very important and people loved it," he said.
"It got huge attention and great feedback."