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Tagged subway:

Find good coffee x the NYC subway stop, via The Daily Muse.

Feb 10
Find good coffee x the NYC subway stop, via The Daily Muse.

Andrew Lynch’s Kickstarter project highlights each New York subway line as a minimalist poster design. 

Jan 11

San Francisco-based artist, Kim Cogan, via Plastolux.

Mar 20
San Francisco-based artist, Kim Cogan, via Plastolux.

Fantastic subway map-inspired coat tree. Via SwissMiss.

Dec 05
Fantastic subway map-inspired coat tree. Via SwissMiss.

Finally nabbed a first edition, from Display. So much great stuff there. Check it out.

Jun 06
Finally nabbed a first edition, from Display. So much great stuff there. Check it out.

London Underground in string.

From Colossal.

Apr 19
London Underground in string.
From Colossal.

Helvetica and the New York Subway System, Paul Shaw, 2011

Mine just arrived. Get yours here.

Mar 25
Helvetica and the New York Subway System, Paul Shaw, 2011
Mine just arrived. Get yours here.

For the first time since hearing Mr. Shaw speak early last year and NOT buying the book when I had the chance, I don’t have to kick myself today.

Helvetica and the New York City Subway System, Paul Shaw, 2011

It’s not the Limited, Blue Pencil Edition, but it will do. Get it now. Follow the link on FYHelvetica for a discount price as well.

Mar 22
For the first time since hearing Mr. Shaw speak early last year and NOT buying the book when I had the chance, I don’t have to kick myself today.
Helvetica and the New York City Subway System, Paul Shaw, 2011
It’s not the Limited, Blue Pencil Edition, but it will do. Get it now. Follow the link on FYHelvetica for a discount price as well.

Exit Strategy NYC is mobile app that allows users to quickly determine the best place to board a subway train in order to exit closest to their destination station’s exit.

I’m torn between thinking this is a cool idea for more efficient commuting, and an uncool idea because as a New Yorker it’s your job to learn these things. Oh, and because it costs $4.99.

Mar 02
Exit Strategy NYC is mobile app that allows users to quickly determine the best place to board a subway train in order to exit closest to their destination station’s exit.
I’m torn between thinking this is a cool idea for more efficient commuting, and an uncool idea because as a New Yorker it’s your job to learn these things. Oh, and because it costs $4.99.

Never noticed this photo was taken on a New York subway. Maybe the A, B or D?

Nightlife, Pet Shop Boys, 1999

Feb 15
Never noticed this photo was taken on a New York subway. Maybe the A, B or D?
Nightlife, Pet Shop Boys, 1999

Posted on Monday February 10th 2014 at 08:21am. Its tags are listed below.

Find good coffee x the NYC subway stop, via The Daily Muse.
Find good coffee x the NYC subway stop, via The Daily Muse.

Find good coffee x the NYC subway stop, via The Daily Muse.

Posted on Friday January 11th 2013 at 07:21am. Its tags are listed below.

Andrew Lynch’s Kickstarter project highlights each New York subway line as a minimalist poster design. 

Posted on Tuesday March 20th 2012 at 01:00pm. Its tags are listed below.

San Francisco-based artist, Kim Cogan, via Plastolux.
San Francisco-based artist, Kim Cogan, via Plastolux.

San Francisco-based artist, Kim Cogan, via Plastolux.

Posted on Monday December 5th 2011 at 07:10am. Its tags are listed below.

Fantastic subway map-inspired coat tree. Via SwissMiss.

Fantastic subway map-inspired coat tree. Via SwissMiss.

Posted on Monday June 6th 2011 at 08:30am. Its tags are listed below.

Finally nabbed a first edition, from Display. So much great stuff there. Check it out.
Finally nabbed a first edition, from Display. So much great stuff there. Check it out.

Finally nabbed a first edition, from Display. So much great stuff there. Check it out.

Posted on Tuesday April 19th 2011 at 08:30am. Its tags are listed below.

London Underground in string.
From Colossal.
London Underground in string.
From Colossal.

London Underground in string.

From Colossal.

Posted on Tuesday March 29th 2011 at 06:03pm. Its tags are listed below.

Posted on Tuesday March 29th 2011 at 08:30am. Its tags are listed below.

Posted on Friday March 25th 2011 at 08:52am. Its tags are listed below.

Helvetica and the New York Subway System, Paul Shaw, 2011
Mine just arrived. Get yours here.
Helvetica and the New York Subway System, Paul Shaw, 2011
Mine just arrived. Get yours here.

Helvetica and the New York Subway System, Paul Shaw, 2011

Mine just arrived. Get yours here.

Posted on Tuesday March 22nd 2011 at 05:31pm. Its tags are listed below.

For the first time since hearing Mr. Shaw speak early last year and NOT buying the book when I had the chance, I don’t have to kick myself today.
Helvetica and the New York City Subway System, Paul Shaw, 2011
It’s not the Limited, Blue Pencil Edition, but it will do. Get it now. Follow the link on FYHelvetica for a discount price as well.
For the first time since hearing Mr. Shaw speak early last year and NOT buying the book when I had the chance, I don’t have to kick myself today.
Helvetica and the New York City Subway System, Paul Shaw, 2011
It’s not the Limited, Blue Pencil Edition, but it will do. Get it now. Follow the link on FYHelvetica for a discount price as well.

For the first time since hearing Mr. Shaw speak early last year and NOT buying the book when I had the chance, I don’t have to kick myself today.

Helvetica and the New York City Subway System, Paul Shaw, 2011

It’s not the Limited, Blue Pencil Edition, but it will do. Get it now. Follow the link on FYHelvetica for a discount price as well.

Posted on Wednesday March 2nd 2011 at 06:45am. Its tags are listed below.

Exit Strategy NYC is mobile app that allows users to quickly determine the best place to board a subway train in order to exit closest to their destination station’s exit.
I’m torn between thinking this is a cool idea for more efficient commuting, and an uncool idea because as a New Yorker it’s your job to learn these things. Oh, and because it costs $4.99.

Exit Strategy NYC is mobile app that allows users to quickly determine the best place to board a subway train in order to exit closest to their destination station’s exit.

I’m torn between thinking this is a cool idea for more efficient commuting, and an uncool idea because as a New Yorker it’s your job to learn these things. Oh, and because it costs $4.99.

Posted on Tuesday February 15th 2011 at 07:37pm. Its tags are listed below.

Never noticed this photo was taken on a New York subway. Maybe the A, B or D?
Nightlife, Pet Shop Boys, 1999
Never noticed this photo was taken on a New York subway. Maybe the A, B or D?
Nightlife, Pet Shop Boys, 1999

Never noticed this photo was taken on a New York subway. Maybe the A, B or D?

Nightlife, Pet Shop Boys, 1999