The art works will be displayed on 30,000 billboards across the UK. Works were chosen via Facebook voting and the results were announced at Waterloo station, London. Hockney and Grayson Perry were featured in the top 5 most popular works, whilst Patrick Caulfield, Gilbert & George and Marc Quinn also made the shortlist.


Hockney's My Parents, 1977

As well as being printed on billboards and being featured in shopping centres and airports the works will also be shown at a national on-screen exhibition on more than 1,000 Vue cinema screens in August.

Sir Antony Gormley also unveiled a digital artwork, Feeling Material, which is available to download for free. It was commissioned for Art Everywhere and will be shown on digital poster sites across the UK, including Waterloo station and Coventry House in Piccadilly Circus, as well as Manchester's Trafford Centre and on motion screens in the back of over 2,000 black cabs.


Grayson Perry's The Annunciation of the Virgin Deal

100 signed limited edition works have been signed by Sir Antony and will be given to the first 100 supporters who give £950 or more to Art Everywhere, to help support the costs of production. Sir Antony said: "Works in public collections form an important part of our collective visual memory, marking a particular place, time and person. It is great that these works are being celebrated and shared in this way."