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This project lets you experience art through your windshield.

It's the impact of the unexpected that defines Richmond's Billboard Art Project. Its director, David Morrison, was inspired to start it in 2005 when he saw a new digital billboard displaying a screen test of sorts. The images were stock photos…

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