Westwood Village: “BID”

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Making the world a better place starts in your own community. That’s why the non-profit Westwood Village Improvement Association (BID) is on a mission to make WestwoodVillage a clean, safe, and friendly place for everyone through maintenance, security, and enlivening programs. Part of that commitment is to communicate what they are doing to the wider… Read more »

Getty: “America Tropical Interpretive”

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When the Getty Conservation Institute and the City of Los Angeles collaborate to preserve and provide access to a historic mural, it takes a community to cement its success.  That’s why they used City Light Pole Banners (CLPBs) from AG Media as part of a campaign to encourage visitors and supporters to visit the reopening… Read more »

Hammer: “Graphic Design: Now in Production”

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Production of great advertising is like production of great art – quality work inspires attention and awe. That’s why the Hammer Museum turned to AG Media to promote their “Graphic Design: Now in Production” exhibit on City Light Pole Banners (CLPBs) throughout the busy streets of Los Angeles. On a daily basis, thousands of commuters are exposed to… Read more »

NHM: “Dinos”

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New, elegantly designed banners line busy Los Angeles streets for maximum visibility and promotional excitement of Dinosaur Hall. The latest wing of the Natural History Museum features the Tyrannosaurus Rex growth series (the only series of its kind in the world), Triceratops, Stegosaurus, remarkable fossils, and spacious galleries where visitors can at touch specimens, “excavate”… Read more »

MOCA “Taryn Simon”

City Light Pole Banners

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Some things you have to see to believe. That’s why The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA) turns to AG Media and it’s City Light Pole Banners to promote their exhibitions such as “Taryn Simon: A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters I-XVIII.” These banners line busy thoroughfares in Los Angeles showcasing examples of Simon’s… Read more »