Although it may not always seem so at times, I'm quite selective about the billboards I feature here on Jason in Hollywood. I try to only ever showcase the ones that catch my eye and which I feel have a real visual stand-out quality.
Even though the June gloom has been making the sky slightly murkier of late and not its usual stunning blue all day, I've still managed to snap a few impressive new billboard creatives for you to enjoy.
TV show billboards
I have to applaud the History Channel for their fantastic 3-D Ice Road Truckers TV show billboard, which literally jumps out at you from the poster site on the corner of Crescent Heights and Sunset Blvd.
I also love these ads for the new Nurse Jackie TV series and wholeheartedly agree with the sentiment expressed.
Keeping to the medical theme, we have a billboard featuring a hunky Doctor-on-demand this time for new series Royal Pains.
The History Channel has obviously been busy, with another billboard along Sunset Blvd for its Expedition Africa TV show.
Trueblood returns to HBO after a successful first season and promises more vampiric drama as these billboards dominating Sunset Blvd show.
People do seem to love vampires don't they?
Even though billboards for Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen are dominating the L.A. skyline at the moment, there does seems to be a lack of other inspiring movie billboards at this time, although Disney-Pixar's UP billboard does make me smile.
Male fashion billboards
I love the colours in this Perry Ellis fashion billboard, it just screams summer along Sunset Blvd.
Also along Sunset is a new Armani Exchange billboard featuring some tasty male models and on Melrose Avenue above the Marc Jacobs store you'll find this fun swimwear poster site.
If you like these male fashion billboards you'll love my other selection of hot male model billboards around L.A.
Other funky billboards
It's almost Hollywood Bowl season, so I was excited to see these billboards around L.A., this one along La Cienega.
On Beverly Boulevard we are treated to an angel to watch over animals by PETA, featuring The Hills star, Audrina Patridge.
Finally on Sunset, here are some words of wisdom from the Literati Cafe in Brentwood (and Albert Einstein) - "Imagination is more important than knowledge". If that's not a conversation starter over a cup of tea or coffee I don't know what is.
And if that hasn't satisfied your appetite for cool and funky billboards check out my other blog entries about L.A. billboard adverts from 2008 and 2009.
Enjoy the visual splendour...