Three of the artists who created murals for the Macy's Herald Square Pride-themed windows spoke about their personal artistic journeys, the creation and impact of street art and their participation in Macy's WorldPride Mural Project.
A glowing light seems to emanate from the center of the explosive painting that Miishab, a New York City-based street artist, created for a Macy's Pride-themed window display facing Herald Square.
In the mural THE DRiF created for a Macy's Herald Square window, light and dark intermix to express the evolution of the Pride movement and a deeply personal story. THE DRiF is the co-founder of The L.I.S.A. Project, the non-profit that curated the WorldPride Mural Project.
Combining flowers and anatomy, Jenna Morello’s monumental mural for a Macy’s Herald Square WorldPride Mural Project window depicts the duality of Pride—the legacy of pain along with the beautiful strides that have been made toward acceptance.
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