Take to the streets and experience art in LA at the Billboard Creative public art show.

TBillboard-project-L-electronhis is the inaugural show from The Billboard Creative, a non-profit founded in 2014 with the goals of giving artists access to a mass audience and to make art as accessible to Angelenos as the numerous billboards that they view everyday.

See image: Billboard by Marie-Jossee Roy

The work of 14 artists from seven countries and in a range of media will be on display throughout Hollywood and LA through May 15. Download a map to the billboards, including QR codes for Google Maps for each installation at www.thebillboardcreative.com – then hit the road on your own art tour or simply keep your eyes open on your daily journeys.

Lisa Adams, Los Angeles, painting
Craig Deppen Auge, Kansas City, MO, mixed media collage
George Bates, Brooklyn, illustration
Susan Bowen, New York, NY, photograph
Paula Faraco, Berlin, photograph
Colleen Flaherty, Northern California, painting
Dai Ito, Shibuya-Ku, Japan, photograph
Luisa Menazzi Moretto, Mogliano Veneto, Italy, photograph
Joel Pedersen, San Diego, CA, photograph
Andreea Radutoiu, Los Angeles, photo collage
Sara Rossi, Perugia, Italy, painting
Marie-Jossee Roy, Trois-Rivieres, Canada, mixed media on metal
Hakan Sjostrom, Stockholm, Sweden, photograph
ToTa (Ismini Christakopoulou and Thanasis Farangas), Vienna, Austria, digital art

Visual artist Cey Adams and art and photo curator Dee deLara curated the show.

SeBillboard-AndreeaRadutoiu 2e image: by Andreea Radutoiu

“This is a grass-roots, volunteer-driven organization that is all about helping artists get their work exhibited to broad audiences and making art a part of the daily lives of more people,” said Adam Santelli, TBC’s founder. “I found out about remnant billboards last year and did a test and it was amazing to see pedestrians do double takes and come back to view the work. If we can get more artists’ work out there, and have people who are walking and driving around LA pause and think ‘what is that – that’s interesting or cool or beautiful,’ we’ll consider the show a success.”

Remember to  download a show map before you head out. The map features addresses and QR codes with Google Maps for each billboard location, at www.thebillboardcreative.com/map

For more information about the artists, see www.THEbillboardcreative.com/artists-q1