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    outside the L train

    iéiéié, Narrow, burnt sugar, djune, and 2 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. cmwoodley 120 months ago | reply


      This is great. Why isn't stuff like this part of our tax-funded national ad campaigns? More true than most of the values-led billboards they are running these days...

    2. floresita 120 months ago | reply

      that's what I love about NY - everyone's a graphic designer. :) visited thismetalife and loved it (I might be Jenny!)

    3. 7-how-7 120 months ago | reply

      too true - reminds me of new orleans...

    4. floresita 120 months ago | reply

      where I'm from (SA) they have no choice - we're all Mexican! But here there's definitely some tension...

    5. flutential 119 months ago | reply

      Reminds me of the days of government signs like this everywhere......horror.

    6. Gilfer [deleted] 119 months ago | reply

      Excellent piece of protest griffiti.

    7. floresita 119 months ago | reply

      Yeah, here it's just a frustrated comment on the status quo - can't imagine a government that actually puts it into words. Thanks for the visit, flutential and gilfer!

    8. StephCalypso 76 months ago | reply

      I always wanted to capture this one piece of subway vandalism - it was on a red background in thick black letters: "We can bomb them to pieces, but we can't bomb them to peace." I want to recreate it, but you know how it is. It's impossible to re-create these things. The moment is lost.

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