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Artists Wanted to Paint Utility Boxes in Hollywood

2:14 PM PDT on August 13, 2015

The Sunset & Vine Business Improvement District is seeking submissions for an LA artist to create artwork for 10 utility boxes in the Sunset & Vine District. The chosen artist will receive a $2,000 stipend for final designs. Art must be original and neighborhood-specific.

Painting // Illustration // Text Art // Photography // Collage


    • No Cartoon Images or Graffiti work of any kind will be considered
    • Mediums may include Painting, Text Art, Illustration, Photography, Collage
    • Selected artist will receive $2,000 for compensation for final designs submitted as Illustrator files with the correct resolution/specs for the printer for all 10 utility boxes
    • Utility Boxes will have the Sunset & Vine District logo placed on them as an identifier
    • The scope and placement of the logo will be worked out with the selected artist to not disrupt the selected design
    • Artwork will be printed on 3M vinyl and will be professionally installed
    • Exhibition will be for a minimum of one year

To apply online, please click here. The deadline for submissions is August 18, 2015.

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