Traffic Signal Box Art Project

2023 Design Winners

Congratulations to our 2023 design winners! To see winning designs from previous years, and to learn more about submitting your design to the Traffic Signal Box Art Project, please see below. For a map of all of the traffic signal box locations, click here.

Amy Ballinger

Amy Ballinger stands next to her design wrapped on a traffic signal box at Morriss and Forest Vista.

You can find the traffic signal box with Amy Ballinger’s design at the southwest corner of Morriss Road and Forest Vista Drive. Titled ‘A Wish for Unity in Diversity,’ Amy says her design celebrates the flowers and natural beauty of Flower Mound, as well as the cultural diversity that is the backbone of our town. She hopes her design offers a new perspective on the dandelion, which is often mislabeled as a weed but is really an important flower for pollinators, edible, and medicinal. Meanwhile, the colors in her design represent the varied cultures, religions, and backgrounds of the residents of Flower Mound. Thank you for your beautiful submission, Amy!

Anna Mikhaela Reyes

Anna Mikhaela Reyes stands next to her design wrapped on a traffic box at Morriss and Sagebrush.

You'll find the design from Anna Mikhaela Reyes on the northeast corner of Morriss Road and Sagebrush Drive. Anna’s design features her favorite flower, the edelweiss. She says the edelweiss is found at high altitudes in the mountains of Austria, Switzerland, and Germany and represents alpinism, purity, and rugged beauty. In the past, men would brave the alps in search of these flowers to bring to their loved ones as a symbol of their devotion. To Anna, an edelweiss means that anything beautiful and worthwhile requires hard work, perseverance, and a test of one’s internal will. Thank you for sharing your art with us, Anna!

Eric Dohr

Eric Dohr stands next to his design wrapped on a traffic signal box at Old Settlers and Sagebrush.

The traffic signal box featuring Eric Dohr’s design is at the northeast corner of Old Settlers Road and Sagebrush Drive. Eric says his design demonstrates the evolving demographics and diversity of the Flower Mound community. He hopes this shows that Flower Mound is an inclusive town, as well as welcoming and home to people, religions, and cultures from all over the world. Thank you, Eric!

Traffic Signal Box Art Project

The Town of Flower Mound invites artists to compete for the chance to display an original design on a traffic signal box within the Town. The traffic boxes that will be wrapped are located throughout Flower Mound,  enhancing and beautifying the Town’s landscape. This project also provides an opportunity for local artists to display their work in a public space.

This year, the Town will select three artist proposals to cover three designated traffic signal boxes. This will be an annual contest in which 3 new proposals will be chosen each year, for a total of 20 wrapped boxes when it is complete.

The Town will accept proposals based on two themes, “The Flowers of Flower Mound” and “Celebrating Cultural Diversity. Artist proposals for the “Flowers of Flower Mound” theme can include any type of flower, with all ranges of styles are welcome. Proposals for “Celebrating Cultural Diversity” can include images of cultural specific celebrations or other significant imagery that reflects the unique beauty of cultures represented in Flower Mound.

Artists should submit a digital design that can be converted to a digitally-printed wrap. Only digital submissions will be accepted. The winners will receive a certificate, in addition to being featured on the Town's social media channels and in local newspapers.

The chosen artwork will be displayed on the traffic signal box for a period of at least two years. When the wrap needs to be replaced, new artwork will be chosen.

left side of graphic shows a plain traffic box and the right side shows a decorated traffic box

Traffic Signal Boxes

The dimensions of the signal boxes are as follows, with a bit of differentiation for some of the boxes:

54” high x 44” wide x 27” deep with an attached UPS Cabinet of 46.5” high x 16.5” wide x 16.5” deep

Scale for Traffic Boxes image broken down with dimensions

The Selection Process

The competition is open to artists of all ages residing in Denton County, with preference given to Flower Mound residents. Artists may submit one design, per category. Proposals will be screened for completeness and winners will be selected based upon appropriateness, creativity, craftsmanship, and adherence to the theme.

Winning designs will remain on the assigned traffic signal box for a minimum of two years. Should damage occur to the box prior to that, the same design will be reinstalled. After two years, should the integrity of the wrap start to fade, damage to the box occur, or a new box be installed, a new design will be added to the box.


In 2024 three more boxes will be wrapped with local artists' designs, but submissions are not yet being accepted for the 2024 project. Once we have the details, we'll update this page with more information.

All traffic signal boxes will be vinyl wrapped based on winning designs. Entries should be submitted in the following format:

Using the design template in the application form as a guide, please indicate where the proposed design would fit on each face of the traffic signal box. If it is the same image repeated on each side, please indicate that as well.

Winners will be chosen by a selection committee and will be notified via email and/or phone.

Design Criteria

  • All designs should be the original work of the artist.
  • Designs should not include any trademarks, brands, or any sort of advertisements.
  • The design should be created to flow across all faces of the box and reflect a unified work of art.
  • The design should include little to no print, as it is distracting to drivers to try and read.
  • Artists will be invited to sign their work once it is installed.

2022 Design Winners

Alice Won

Alice Won

Steven Rodriguez

Steve Rodriguez

Meghann Mcleod

Meghann McLead

2021 Design Winners

Stella Helpenstill

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Andrea F. Ward

2021 Andrea Ward

Wanda Grice


2020 Design Winners

Primrose School of NE Flower Mound Explorers Class

Primrose school of NE Flower Mound Design

Anita Robbins

Anita Robbins

Yvonne Gambino

Y Gambino second res image

2019 Designs

Tammie Turner

TSB old setters and peters colony (2)

Krissi Oden

TSB 2 Krissi

Brenda Gribbin

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