LA Mask Print Project

As we all learn to live with COVID-19, we must do everything we can to protect ourselves and one another. Wearing a mask is a sign of respect — to our neighbors, our nurses, doctors, and essential workers, our loved ones, and our fellow Angelenos.

The City of L.A. teamed up with Studio Number One to develop these posters for you to put up in your home or your shop window. They are free to use — all you need is a printer.

Los Angeles is a creative capital, and we want to harness that creativity to spread awareness about the importance of wearing masks. If you are interested in participating in this campaign to use public art for the public good, you can connect with our team at garcetti.reply@lacity.org.

 


How to Download and Print

  • To print at home, download the “Print at Home” version linked above. It is sized to print on one piece of 8.5 x 11” paper.
  • To print professionally, download the “Print Professionally” version linked above, and send to a print shop in your neighborhood. This file is sized to print a 18”x24” poster, and includes the technical specs to make sure your poster is printed beautifully!
  • Hang up your finished poster in your window! Take a photo and share it with the hashtag #LAProtects

These posters are free for non-commercial use under the Creative Commons license. Do not produce for commercial purposes without the express permission of the City of Los Angeles.