Migrants, Walking New York City, New York, USA, 2015


8 colors lithograph printed on Marinoni machine
White paper BFK Rives - 270 grammes
Numbered /180 on the left side corner
Signed by JR on the right side corner (stamp and lead)
88 x 72 cm / 34,6 x 28,3 in. approx
Lithograph shipped unframed

Displayed price is tax exclusive: VAT will be added during checkout if your address is inside the European Union.

New product
This product is no longer in stock

In april 2015, the New York Times Magazine reached out to JR to think about a project together. JR’s work has been preoccupied with the theme of immigration. He told them he would love to continue what he started on Ellis Island in the city.

So, they looked for people who arrived in NYC less than a year ago. They chose 15 coming from all over the world. JR photographed them walking in the city all of them completely unknown living in the shadows of the city and learning English slowly.

In a few hours during the night, JR and his team pasted Elmar, 20 years old who came from Azerbaijan, on the floor of Flat Iron Plaza in New York City. The image was 150 feet high. People walked on him all day and no one really noticed him.

The april 23rd 2015, Elmar was on the cover of the New York Times magazine that comes out while everyone else was in the shadow. 

Secured Payment

Mastercard / Visa
American Express / PayPal

Free Worldwide Shipping

Free express delivery on orders over 300 euros.

Customer Service

A question? Looking for assistance?
Contact us at contact@social-animals.net

Satisfied or your money back

Until 14 days after delivery

No products

To be determined Shipping
0,00 € Total

Check out