HAPPY 4th of JULY!

Macy’s, Downtown San Francisco, had a charming & high spirited way to share this day set aside to celebrate our National Identity. They shared a vision that allowed the viewer to enjoy American icons without being suffocated by tunnel vision as to what it means to have a positive identification with the American flag. Congratulation & applause to Macy’s for finding the right touch of American symbols without hitting us over the head with it! Job well done, clever, in good taste, yet accessible.

Start with stars.

Start with stars.

Make sure there are Hollywood Stars too!

Make sure there are Hollywood Stars too!

Here is a more defined image of Old Glory with a New Glory.

Here is a more defined image of Old Glory with a New Glory.

Here is a reference to the American flag without a direct replication.

Here is a reference to the American flag without a direct replication.

[caption id="attachment_3754" align="aligncenter" width="460"]Design construction, generally behind the scene, steals this one! Design construction, generally behind the scene, steals this one!

A star is borne with clever design that provides a hint of an earlier Era.

A star is borne with clever design that provides a hint of an earlier Era.

Add the Stars & Stripes Forever, made with old license plates, assembled to replicate Old Glory!   I noticed this one got a lot of tourist attention.

Add the Stars & Stripes Forever, made with old license plates, assembled to replicate Old Glory! I noticed this one got a lot of tourist attention.

HAVE A HAPPY 4th of JULY–THANK YOU, MACY’S FOR ADDING THIS LOVING TOUCH THAT ALLOWS US & OTHERS TO APPRECIATE WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER TO EACH OTHER & TO THE WORLD!

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