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Have you spotted the latest poster from the popular Through the Eyes of Artists series riding rail and bus? Long Beach artist Christine Nguyen designed an imaginary, underwater dreamscape that playfully intertwines jellyfish, sea vegetation and caves with iconic Long Beach landmarks, including the Astronaut Islands, El Dorado Nature Center [continue reading]
Four artists have designed new posters for the Metro Through the Eyes of Artists series highlighting Metro accessible destinations. Below, one of the artists, Jessica Polzin McCoy, discusses her original artwork celebrating Claremont and what she hopes to share with transit riders who see the poster on Metro buses and [continue reading]
Metro Art is excited to announce the four artists selected to create new posters for its award winning Through the Eyes of Artists series. Jessica Polzin McCoy, Ramon Ramirez, Mary Kay Wilson and Wakana Kimura have designed original artworks that celebrate Claremont, Pico Rivera, San Fernando and Inglewood, respectively. Transit [continue reading]
Artist Danny Heller signs iconic “Chatsworth” poster commissioned by Metro in the “Through the Eyes of Artists” series. In the bright neon glow of Northridge Cruise Night’s convergence of muscle cars and classics, artist Danny Heller was autographing Metro posters for lines of Chatsworth fans lining up at the West SFV [continue reading]
In so many ways, despite all it has going for it, Los Angeles is an ugly city. I blame this on the fact that it has been scaled and arranged to accommodate the all-mighty automobile. The Los Angeles region’s freeways, while impressive in their sheer immensity and ubiquity (and sometimes, [continue reading]