Look for blue lights on buildings around the globe to help shine a light on World Autism Awareness! More information can be found at Light It Up Blue
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) turned its series of 100-foot-high pylons and 32-foot-high letters spelling out “LAX” blue!
The distinctive, architectural structures welcoming travelers to LAX were part of a construction and landscaping program designed to make the airport more welcoming and convenient for the nearly 62 million passengers who use the airport annually. The LAX Gateway pylons are the most well-known example of public art in Los Angeles and are visible to airline passengers from 3,000 feet high.