Five Metro Art archival posters now on display and available

Metro Art’s Through the Eyes of Artists poster series is celebrating its 20th year by displaying 20 posters from our archives on buses.   

Five more of the posters are now being displayed:  

 The posters are by local artists and illustrate the many unique places in L.A. County reachable by Metro. The series — with 63 posters to date — is also a nod to colorful travel destination posters of the past.  

 As part of the 20th anniversary:  

  • Five special edition Art on TAP cards — with art from the posters — are available at select TAP machines and Metro Customer Centers.
  • Twelve artworks can be viewed in an exhibition, Journeys Continued… in the Union Station Passageway Art Gallery. 
  • You can read about the first 10 archival posters we released in two previous Source posts here and here.
  • A limited number of posters are available for free at Metro Customer Service Centers while supplies last:  

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


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

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


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


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



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Metro Art enhances the customer experience with visual and performing arts that encourages ridership and connects people and neighborhoods in LA County.

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