Crayola May Be Looking For You!

Listen to Is This Your Art? Crayola's Looking For You!

If you drive on any freeway in DFW you may see one of the 16 billboards showing off Crayola artwork and trying to give the artwork back to the students who created them. Three local students created the artwork in the 1990s and early 2000s and submitted it to Crayola to be displayed in museums and galleries across the country.

Crayola Executive Vice President for Brand Marketing and Experiences Victoria Lozano said. ""We want to find these folks. We want to reunite them with these amazing mementos. It is rightfully theirs. It is a celebration of their creativity, and they really should have it."

The DFW-area billboards feature 'Up Close,' a tropical drawing by a then 8-year-old student named Sarah; 'Crockman of Steel,' a drawing of a gator and man by a 5th grader named Pedro; and 'Martha the Famous Clown,' a drawing by a 4th grader named Bianca.

Bianca and Pedro attended Gilbert Cuellar Elementary School in Dallas, while Sarah attended the Episcopal School of Dallas.

A tropical drawing by a then 8-year-old student named Sarah
'Crockman of Steel,' a drawing of a gator and man by a 5th grader named Pedro
'Martha the Famous Clown,' a drawing by a 4th grader named Bianca.

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