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OUTFRONT Media Announces Third Annual OUTFRAME Winner

15 Dec 2021
Winning Artwork Highlighting Food Insecurity Now Featured On Digital Billboards Across The Country

NEW YORK, Dec. 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- OUTFRONT Media Inc. (NYSE:OUT) is excited to announce Valentina Elegante of Future First Studio @ Direct Agents as the winner of the third annual 2021 OUTFRAME art competition. This is the second year in a row that Direct Agents takes home the grand prize. Creatives across all areas of business and industries were invited to submit artwork based on this year's OUTFRAME theme, BE:CAUSE, designed to inspire artists to create artwork for causes most meaningful to them.

The winning submission, titled "UP2U," addresses Food Insecurity. The artwork includes New York centric objects, including the city's food fridges and gardens, in bight and vibrant colors. OUTFRAME judge, Chad Shackelford, VP of Digital Creative @ OUTFRONT, noted that the "hand-drawn illustration captures the essence of humanity." The campaign launched today and will be running for two weeks on digital billboards across the country.

Elegante's artist statement touched on her inspiration: "Sharing meals with friends, family, or strangers are opportunities to connect across communities. Food insecurity has become a prominent issue. We're inspired by the gardens and fridges in NYC, offering waste-free spaces for community building, expression, and hope. The artwork dimensions dive into the layers of collaboration and initiatives."

In order to more directly fight Food Insecurity, OUTFRONT is donating a month of digital out of home media space to a charity within the food insecurity space of the Future First Studio's choosing. This newest campaign builds on OUTFRONT's corporate efforts to fight Food Insecurity through its partnership with The Farmlink Project, an organization that connects farmers to food banks, delivering millions of pounds of farm fresh produce that would otherwise be wasted to feed families in need.

OUTFRAME's runner up goes to artist, Eno Laget, of Two Blacks Studio for his work "Founding Father (John Lewis)." Laget noted in his artist statement: "The character of civil rights activist and statesman John Lewis make him worthy of public honor and display on paper currency."

OUTFRAME's robust group of judges this year included:

  • Dinesh Boaz, 2020 OUTFRAME Winner, Co-Founder & Creative Director at Direct Agents
  • Jesse Corey, CEO at 1XRun
  • Shelley Elkins, Chief Creative Officer at Jack Morton
  • Chiara Martini, Creative Strategy Director at Coca-Cola
  • Danny Robinson, Chief Creative Officer at Martin Agency
  • Chad Shackelford, VP, Head of Digital Creative at OUTFRONT

Visit www.outfront.com/OUTFRAME or @OUTFRAME2021 to see the winners' artwork and full artist statements.

About OUTFRONT Media Inc.

OUTFRONT leverages the power of technology, location and creativity to connect brands with consumers outside of their homes through one of the largest and most diverse sets of billboard, transit, and mobile assets in North America. Through its technology platform, OUTFRONT will fundamentally change the ways advertisers engage audiences on-the-go.

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Courtney Richards

Vice President, Investor Relations  

Senior PR & Events Specialist

(212) 297-6573  

(646) 876-9404

stephan.bisson@OUTFRONT.com   

courtney.richards@OUTFRONT.com  

 

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