CITYLINE wrapped in public art
Each CITYLINE shuttle is wrapped with a unique public art work from five nationally recognized artists:
Ellierex, who utilizes wildly swirled colors and kaleidoscopic designs of a psychedelic nature that entice viewers to get up close and personal
Kristin Farr, who explores color psychology, nostalgia, and rainbows through her signature Magic Diamond and Magic Hexagon designs in which she hopes that the “monsters” created for Cityline bring joy and delight as they ride along with passengers, waving at everyone in traffic
Casey Gray, a contemporary artist whose work explores our relationship to common objects and symbols, used a series of vases with different patterns as the theme of his Cityline artwork to represent the diversity of the community, with the image as a whole symbolizing the importance of community and working together to achieve goals
Jim Houser’s signature style of visual poetry and personal iconography collages have been exhibited around the world and are included in the permanent collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art
Angie Wang, a cartoonist, illustrator, and designer says she hopes the Cityline shuttle featuring her artwork “becomes a peaceful garden for you to travel in.”
For detailed information about Cityline Local and Cityline Commuter service, including links to schedules and maps, visit www.weho.org/cityline. Click here for additional images of the CITYLINE shuttles.
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For questions, contact Rebecca Ehemann, Public Art Coordinator at (323) 848-6846 or email@example.com. For people who are deaf or hard of hearing, please call, TTY: (323) 848-6496. To learn more information about the City of West Hollywood and its arts programs visit www.weho.org/arts.