Top Transit Advertising & Billboard Photos of the Week: September 7, 2023
September 7, 2023
Every week, our photographers are OUT on the streets and in the subways in the markets we serve, documenting the campaigns our advertisers run. After all, it's one thing to see your billboard campaign mocked up on a screen - it's another entirely to witness it in its natural environment, impacting a line of cars or a stream of pedestrians.
These are our favorite photos for the week ending September 7, 2023.
This highway-adjacent bulletin from Italian winemaker Bartenura gets lots of looks from Jersey City commuters. Photo by Damien Donck.
Skechers shows off its latest styles in these two-sheet ads throughout Boston's MBTA system, including here at North Station. Photo by Jake Churcher.
One membership to rule them all? Uber promotes its subscription offering by wrapping the 7 train, seen here above Long Island City. Photo by Brian Uyeda.
Who doesn't love a great tagline pun? Jeweler James Allen combines that with QR codes in this New York City subway advertising campaign on our immersive Livecard MAX format. Photo by Lucy Baptiste.
The Florida Department of Transportation took to our digital bulletins in Orlando to remind Floridians to celebrate Labor Day responsibly by designating a sober driver. Photo by Patrick Lord.
Is the Oregon Ducks' star quarterback going to win the Heisman Trophy this year? You've gotta BO-lieve! Nix and his golden arm span two wallscapes in Dallas, one a staggering 212 feet high. Photo by Patti Rodriguez-Mayo.
Energy drink Zoa makes its case with these digital kiosk advertisements in Houston. Photo by Dustin Armstrong.
Managed healthcare company Centene emphasized its local presence in this Atlanta billboard bulletin. Photo by Sandy Platten.
This Delmar Gardens billboard stands tall above I-64/US 40 as it approaches downtown St. Louis. Photo by Dave Sowa.
Just a little west on I-64/US 40 in St. Louis is this billboard for Missouri Botanical Gardens. Photo by Mac Jameson.
Ford on a static billboard in Detroit for the Mustang. Photo by Kevin Gould.
Elsewhere in the D - Royal Oak to be precise - there's another Ford billboard looking sharp. Photo by Kevin Gould.
Cannabis dispensary March & Ash encourages an enthusiastic start to the weekend with this poster billboard in San Diego's Mission Beach neighborhood. Photo by Nick Majersky.
Paramount+ romcom Love in Taipei is just the latest entertainment advertiser to go out of home in Los Angeles on Beverly Center digitals. Photo by Blake Buell.
metro by T-Mobile makes an impression with a classic bus king ad in Los Angeles. Photo by Daniel Almanza.
Xbox hypes up the latest first-person-shooter from Blizzard, showcasing Overwatch 2 on this Long Beach bus. Photo by Daniel Almanza.
Author: Jay Fenster, Marketing Manager @ OUTFRONT
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