Girls Girls Girls Mural Project

About the Project

Emily Herr is painting murals that claim public visual space for inclusive, realistic, positive representation of womxn.

Womxn in ads and art are more often than not simplified into a single type of person representing 'women', or into something that's more object than human. I want to normalize and celebrate images of womxn in a broad spectrum of bodies and lifestyles. I also want to reduce the general female shame in simply taking up space. 

Click here to learn more about the first Girls! Girls! Girls! mural, painted on a Richmond garage in February 2017.


Richmond Grid Magazine: Girls! Girls! Girls! Tour Rolls On

Coffee With Strangers Podcast: Emily Herr "Richmond Is a Great Place to Experiment"

Richmond Magazine (cover): RVA's Daring Women

Richmond Times Dispatch: Richmond muralist creating better representation of women one wall at a time

RVA Mag: Richmond Artist Depicts the 'Everyday Woman' with East Coast Mural Tour

Catalyst: Cool Stuff You Should Know About // Girls! Girls! Girls!: A Traveling Mural Project

Seven Days: Battery Street Jeans Brings 'Girls! Girls! Girls! to Town 

Next Tuesday Podcast: 017: "This is to be a POSITIVE FORCE in the world"

Vermont Public Radio: 'Girls, Girls, Girls': Artist Subverts Sexism By Celebrating Local Women

Burlington Free Press: Girls Girls Girls Mural in Burlington

RVA Mag: Best of Arts & Culture 2017

Women Empowering Women: Girls, Girls, Girls

Completed Murals


Submit a GIRL! 

  1. Think of a real, human lady-person you know

  2. Get a picture of her doing her thing

  3. Tell us why she’s rad as heck (and what city she lives in!)

  4. How to submit:

  • Email to

  • Tag or DM @herrsuite or @girlsgirlstour on insta

Many will enter, all will win: My goal is to draw all the people submitted - follow on instagram to see when your submission pops up! 

Priority given to underrepresented bodies and lifestyles.

Pictures do not have to be professional or even "good"! Show us this person in action, in their natural habitat, in the zone - not on class picture day. 


Help us paint mural monuments to everyday womxn!  >>>> 

$upport the project

All artwork from this project is collected on the Girls! Girls! Girls! Tour instagram account. If you’d like to support our ongoing project to paint local women on walls in Richmond and beyond, you can buy a print ($40) or a hi-res digital file ($15) of this drawing! Click 'Support the Project' above!

2017 Mural Tour - completed!

Richmond, Va ---> Burlington, Vt

In Richmond, we are painting a series of mini-murals of individual ladies all around town, to build momentum for taking this show on the road!

Leaving July 15th, we'll set out in the HerrSuite mobile studio to drive up the east coast, painting as many more walls as we can along the way. 
Know a wall between VA and VT that needs a G!G!G! mural? Get in touch!

In Burlington, we will paint a second iteration of the first G!G!G! mural on Battery Street Jeans, a thrift shop catering to diverse body shapes and genders. This mural will featuring many women all together, all people who live in the area.  


Mobile Studio Blog 


About the Artist

My name is Emily Herr, and I’m a muralist based in Richmond, VA. I work out of a step van that I’ve converted into a one-of-a-kind Mobile Mural Studio. This July, I’m going to embark with my friend and assistant Sarah Apple in this rolling studio on an epic Girls!Girls!Girls!-themed mural painting tour up the east coast, from Virginia to Vermont.

My goal is to create a public mural series that visually celebrates women as complex human beings, in contrast to the ubiquitous public imagery that flattens us into simple objects.

The spark for this trip is my awe of the Women’s March and my frustration with poor representation of women in media, combined with a love of adventure and travel.


Strategic graphic identities, websites, interior environments, and marketing plans for creative businesses.

Campfire & Co. is a Richmond Sponsor of this this tour - thank you!

116 year old community bank with roots in the Northern Neck of Virginia. Spreading the good word of responsible community based banking.

Chesapeake Bank is a Richmond Sponsor of this tour - thank you!

Motorcycle apparel for women, made in USA by women who ride. All products manufactured in Richmond, Virginia, USA.

Worse for Wear is a Richmond Sponsor of this tour - thank you!


Original and custom artwork prints, screen printed by hand by a husband & wife artist duo in Richmond, VA. Inspired by architecture, food, and travel.

Lightbox Print Co. printed our kickass posters for the tour - thank you!

Cut Cut uses commercial printmaking processes to create engaging, personal, and site -specific products and displays.

They provided the wonderful shirts and stickers for the tour - Thank you!

Invaluable Support and Help and Patience!