BALTIMORE — Several new murals promoting diversity in tech were revealed in downtown Baltimore Thursday.
Digital services firm Fearless commissioned the murals for its main hall and new conference room at its headquarters.
This is all part of its expansion at Spark, a co-working space at Power Plant Live!.
Fearless says that through the murals, it wants to ensure that the people often left unrepresented in technology fields can see themselves and imagine themselves in that world.
"We would love for them to come and work for Fearless but if they don't as long as we spark the interest and somebody is excited and inspired and feels like they too can be in this space that's a win for us," said Fearless CEO Delali Dzirasa.
The murals were designed by Jesse James, a designer at Fearless, and Jeff Huntington, the Co-Founder of Future History Now.