“20 for the 20th” continues with another set of free, artist-designed posters available at Metro Customer Centers!

Metro Art’s Through the Eyes of Artists poster series is celebrating its 20th year! To celebrate, 20 posters from our archive will be on display on our buses in the coming months, which will be divided into four releases. We are happy to announce the second release of five posters is out now. Read about the last set of posters here. You can also get them for free at Customer Service Centers while supplies last — details below.  

In the tradition of colorful travel destination posters, the artworks are part of an award-winning series by local artists that illustrate the unique places accessible by Metro across L.A. County.   

The second release of posters includes: 

Where can I get a poster? 

A limited number of posters are available at Metro Customer Centers. Pick one up for free while supplies last. 

East Los Angeles Customer Center – 4501 B Whittier Blvd. LA, CA 90022 

Pico Rivera, Ramon Ramirez


Rosa Parks Customer Center Willowbrook/Rosa Parks Station – 11720 Wilmington Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90059 

Highland Park, Raoul de la Sota


Wilshire/Vermont Customer Center – 3183 Wilshire Blvd, ste 174, LA, CA 90010 

Koreatown, Kyungmi Shin


Union Station/Gateway Transit Customer Center, East Portal – One Gateway Plaza, LA, CA 90012 

Altadena, Leah Knecht


Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Customer Center – 3650 W. Martin Luther King Blvd., Ste 189, LA, CA 90008 

Venice, Sarajo Frieden


As part of the Through the Eyes of Artists anniversary, 12 of the 63 artworks are presented in an exhibition, Journeys Continued…, installed in the Union Station Passageway Art Gallery.   

Metro Art encourages you to Go Metro to the many arts and cultural events taking place in celebration of National Arts and Humanities month around the County! 

About Metro Art 

Metro Art enhances the customer experience with innovative, award-winning visual and performing arts programming that encourages ridership and connects people, sites, and neighborhoods throughout Los Angeles County. A diverse range of site-specific artworks is integrated into the growing Metro system, improving the visual quality of transit environments and creating a sense of place. From photography installations to onboard posters, art tours, and live performances, our multi-faceted arts programs add vibrancy and engage communities throughout Los Angeles.  

Learn about other artworks in the Metro system at metro.net/art. Follow Metro Art on Instagram and sign up for the Metro Art email list to learn about upcoming art opportunities, events, exhibitions and more.

1 reply

  1. Somehow they all look similer in the final overall presentaion…maybe too much computer graphics. Metro speeds money for art, but there is I have been told no funds for repairing art that been damage by bad-actors such as the destroyed art at the Pasadena, Lake Street Station. If Metro really is into supporting the arts then iot needs to be into preserving the art. That’s my view and I am a Life-Time Credentaled College-Level Proffessor of Art.