Street Art Featuring HRC’s Red Equality Logo Appears in London
July 23, 2013 by HRC staff
Post submitted by David McCabe, HRC Digital Media Intern
Since it debuted in March, HRC’s red equality logo has shown up everywhere from Beyoncé's Facebook page to college graduations. As of this week, Londoners can spot the ubiquitous logo somewhere else: the wall of a restaurant not far from the city’s iconic Kings Cross Station.
A new work by the street artist Pegasus features President Obama ripping open his dress shirt like Clark Kent to reveal the red equality logo underneath, PinkNews.co.uk reported.
An astonishing number of LGBT and allied individuals have expressed their support for marriage equality by changing their social media profiles, speaking out and standing up for equality. Where have you spotted the red equality logo? Tag @HumanRightsCampaign on Instagram and let us know!
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