NYC. Subway series near you.

Apr 16, 2010 by     7 Comments    Posted under: blog, events

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If you’re in NYC, pay attention to these visuals. In the next coming weeks, Jason Shelowitz is launching a public art campaign educating the public on the rules of Subway Etiquette, via a limited run of hand-pulled, 4-color screen prints that will appear in a Subway near you. Try and spot them, and by all means, take one if you see it. (Hint, they are in the style of the ubiquitous Service Advisory posters we see every day).

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  • Fabulous! Perhaps you’ve already done this, but… how about the folks who stand in the doorway and don’t move aside as people try to leave and enter the subway car?

  • hi, thank you for following! that’s such a great idea, i’ll let him know!

  • [...] the posters I’ve read about, Shelowitz seems to be covering more of the basics like sexual harassment, hygiene, and music [...]

  • Fabulous! Perhaps you’ve already done this, but… how about the folks who stand in the doorway and don’t move aside as people try to leave and enter the subway car?

  • perhaps this would make a good billboard…

  • [...] Jason Shelowitz from Brooklyn has done it again. Not only did he create his subway etiquette posters a few months ago but now, there’s a clip about it seen here: [...]

  • [...] join Artme.me, Gawker Artists and our very special painter we interviewed in the past, Jason Shelowitz! Be sure to include Jason Shelowitz name when RSVP’ing. Thank you and see you at the [...]

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