“If You Smell Something, Smell Something Else.” Those words introduce a handful of signs that have been popping up at a few subway stations around the city, including Canal Street, Herald Square and Union Square. And most people, quite frankly, would rather do just that, if they had a choice…and now they do. School of Visual Arts graphic design student Angela Kim was acutely aware of this fact, and she decided to add a few more to the collection.
NYC subway art
, Tue, February 9, 2016
, Wed, November 12, 2014
- Mashable has a guide to NYC subway art. We particularly love the Roy Lichtenstein in Times Square.
- A 5,000-pound gingerbread village is coming to the New York Hall of Science. It will be even bigger than last year’s, which set the world record for largest gingerbread village. More details on DNAinfo.
- Hyperallergic takes a look back at the history and influence of the East Village Eye, the magazine that covered the neighborhood art scene from 1979 to 1987.
- Finally prove to your friends that you live on THE noisiest block in the city. According to am New York, Councilwoman Margaret Chin is introducing a noise pollution data collection bill.
- Want a paternity test or teeth cleaning on your lunch break? No problem. Untapped Cities rounds up some of the city’s most unique mobile trucks.
, Mon, October 6, 2014
- A little flattery never hurt anyone…artist Leah Harper is installing a compliment-giving toy dispenser under the High Line. DNAinfo has the scoop.
- Untapped Cities shares some of its favorite Arts and Crafts/Beaux Arts-style ceramics in NYC subway stations.
- Dan Marker Moore’s urban time-lapse photography is pretty amazing. Head over to Fubiz to check it out.
- You know your coworker who puts you to shame by sitting on a yoga ball all day? Well, he or she can now one up you even more with the two-legged balancing chair from French designer Benoit Malta. See it on Dornob.
- Brooklyn Heights’ Squibb Park Bridge was closed because it was bouncing too much, reports the New York Times.