Daniel Mazzone Humanizes Homelessness in Support of The Shoebox Project for Women
Charity launches 2021 holiday campaign to help women living in shelters with captivating outdoor art activation on Klick Health’s downtown Toronto office tower.
“Maria,” the city’s newest larger-than-life public art activation in support of The Shoebox Project for Women puts the spotlight on the thousands of local women who are experiencing homelessness. – it hits very close to home for its artist. His mother once lived in a women’s shelter only blocks away from where the artwork now hangs.
Acclaimed Canadian artist Daniel Mazzone, dubbed the ‘The Next Andy Warhol,’ collaborated with Klick Health to bring the captivating, complexly layered portrait of a strong woman fighting to be heard to life on the front of its headquarters in Toronto, to help bring compassion and dignity to local women experiencing homelessness. The story behind the artist was featured in the first edition of Spencer Magazine: