Like some actors, iconic Hollywood sign gets a makeover – and a closeup (Photo by: Shayan Moghangard)
This aging beauty is getting a facelift. The Hollywood sign, located on a steep hillside of Mount Lee in southwestern Griffith Park, is getting cleaned up and coated with 400 gallons of paint from Sherwin-Williams to celebrate its 100th anniversary starting Monday.
As its 100th birthday approaches, the iconic Hollywood sign is getting a bit of a makeover. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)
Sherwin-Williams and the Hollywood Sign Trust to Give Tinseltown’s Marquee Celebrity a Centennial Makeover — Sherwin-Williams and The Hollywood Sign Trust are partnering to give Hollywood’s biggest celebrity, the Hollywood Sign, a makeover to celebrate its 100th anniversary.
In its mission to protect and preserve the Hollywood Sign for generations to come, and in celebration of summer, the Hollywood Sign Trust shares fun and eco-friendly ways to enjoy The Hollywood Sign.
The project, initiated in conjunction with the Trust’s extensive preparations for the Sign’s 100th anniversary celebration in 2023, included clearing eroded soil accumulation and removing construction debris and low scrub grasses and bushes within five feet of the Sign’s base.