Celebrating 10 years!
2022 heralds the 10th anniversary of LISA Project NYC, the innovative 501c3 non-profit organization that, over the course of the past ten years, has been infusing the streets of New York City with murals while simultaneously raising awareness and sparking important conversations around issues relating to social justice, diversity and equality.
In anticipation and in celebration of the occasion, LISA Project NYC is unveiling a new silkscreen print release program that will highlight and memorialize several of its historic murals while raising funds to support the evolving programming initiatives of the organization. Participating artists within the first series include Ron English, Indie184, John “CRASH” Matos x Chris “DAZE” Ellis and Shepard Fairey.
The silkscreen editions are printed by Gary Lichtenstein Editions and published by WCC Editions.
About GLE and WCC Editions
Gary Lichtenstein Editions is a publisher and printer of fine art silkscreen editions and multiples. Over the course of his remarkable 45-year career, Gary Lichtenstein has collaborated with a wide variety of different artists including Cey Adams, Charlie Ahearn, Doug Argue, Janette Beckman, Joanne Greenbaum, Jane Dickson, Oasa DuVerney, Bob Gruen, Charles Hinman, Alfred Leslie, Eric Orr, James Prosek, Shelter Serra and Jessica Stockholder. He has printed for industry legends including Marina Abramovic, Robert Cottingham, Robert Indiana and Ken Price.
WCC Editions is the publishing arm of West Chelsea Contemporary, a world-class gallery that focuses on 20th century and contemporary art predominantly in American, Asian and European post-war movements. With locations in Austin and New York City, West Chelsea Contemporary is a champion of street art and its storied history.
ARTISTS IN THIS COLLECTION