From 1975 - 1984, Linda created The Bus Bench Mural Project in cities across the US. to replace marketing messages promulgated by the advertising and PR industries with images of real people who lived and worked in the neighborhoods where the bench ads were placed, and on the sides of cross town buses. The murals were meant to encourage multicultural awareness and acceptance of diversity, as well as to honor real people living common, everyday lives. In 1984, she expanded the project to billboards, which were exhibited before, during and after the 1984 Olympic Games. Her humanistic billboard images were sponsored by Eastman Kodak.
(This gallery is currently under construction, please check back again for a broader set of images)