Los Angeles has over 1,600 murals throughout the city that touch on a variety of subjects. The Chandler Outdoor Gallery is a collection of murals in the NoHo Arts District. Hollywood’s urban art is more celebrity-focused, such as “Hollywood Jazz 1945-1972” on the iconic Capitol Records building, “You Are the Star” on Wilcox, and “Dolores del Rio” on Hudson. In Downtown L.A., “The Pope of Broadway” depicts actor Anthony Quinn dancing on the side of the Victor’s Clothing Building. “Los Angeles Teachers” features Edward James Olmos in character alongside Jaime Escalante in a mural located behind East L.A.’s famous El Mercado marketplace. For urban art from a different point of view, Metro's Art Department has commissioned more than 300 artists to incorporate art into transportation projects throughout L.A. County.