LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Travelers passing through the Los Angeles International Airport will be able to see an art show that is very popular on social media across the globe.
LAX teamed up with the Global Angel Wings Project with interactive artwork that was painted at the airport's Tom Bradley International Terminal.
Local artist Colette Miller painted the pair of angel wings on Monday, much like she has at several locations, including downtown Los Angeles.
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The Global Angel Wings Project was launched in L.A. back in 2012 to inspire and uplift people.
People have since flocked to the street artwork to take photos in front of the wings.
If you snap a picture with the wings at LAX, they ask that you use #iflyLAX when posting online.
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Famed Global Angel Wings Project comes to LAX