Armed only with a heavy, black marker, someone turned this customer assistance intercom box in the Times Square subway station into a helpful, smiling face.
Push for help
Originally uploaded by annulla.
This entry was posted on Friday, April 6th, 2007 at 6:59 pm and is filed under Graffiti/Hip-Hop, Manhattan, Signs, Subways & Other Transportation. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.
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Great talent: designer and photographer!…
Shame it’s cold again, but no matter the weather NY is always NY and I miss it a lot…
Thks for your comment on Blogtrotter
a smile …always makes me feel better..
It’s a reassuring reframing for one who needs to call for help.
Oh, nice. They should all be altered like that!!
i find it extremely cute…but am sure there wud be some who’ll call it an act of vandalism!!!
Thanks for visiting my blog…do you know, i go up and down those steps, and I’ve never counted them! When it stops raining, i’ll do it and let you know Am enjoying your blog…plan on visiting NY in Oct 09 ( yep..a l-o-n-g way away)
they should all look like that
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