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Lampu Kansanoh What Happens on the Subway 2 NYC

Keith Schweitzer of ART(inter) in conversation with Thailand-based artist Lampu Kansanoh.

The monsters inside: Instagram illustrator lets his imagination loose on the New York Subway...

The monsters inside: Instagram illustrator lets his imagination loose on the New York Subway...

Subway Doodles By NYC Artist Ben Rubin Captures The Wonderfully Weirder Side Of The Subway Tracks -

Woman reading The Making of the Modern Mind on the Bronx local subway. The New Yorker. Published March The Making of the Modern Mind. A Survey of the Intellectual Background of.

SUBWAY RIDERS, Ralph Fasanella (1914–1997) New York City 1950. Oil on canvas 28 x 60 in. American Folk Art Museum

Ralph Fasanella to Subway Riders, 1950 Oil on canvas Collection American Folk Art Museum, New York, gift of Ralph and Eva Fasanella, Courtesy MTA Arts

Subway Doodles

Artist Adds Monsters Next To Strangers On The Subway

Saw this illustration on the N train this morning and fell in love with it. By Sophia Blackhall.

Missed Connections on the New York Subway, a print by Sophie Blackall, available for sale at the MTA Arts for Transit Store. 9 X Click through for the whole poster.

A Train Composition, NYC.  Original Pencil Drawing, 5x7 inch Sketch, New York City Subway, Signed Original Urban Fine Art

A Train Composition, NYC. Original Pencil Drawing, 5x7 inch Sketch, New York City Subway, Signed Original Urban Fine Art

A Train Composition, NYC. Original Pencil Drawing, inch Sketch, New York City Subway, Signed Original Urban Fine Art

Kikki Eder, On the Subway (2010)

Kikki Eder, On the Subway (2010)

while this is sophie blackall's missed connections, this is my story from earlier today: "dang. it was one of the best conversations of my life. words were spilling out all over the counter at breakfast like a fine and gorgeous wine. film, flying trapeze, wanderlust, lucid dreamings...there wasn't anything i couldn't talk about. except death. probably don't talk about death at breakfast." -r.a.

Lovely poster for New York’s Downtown Literary Festival by the one and only Sophie Blackall, in the style of her endlessly endearing Missed Connections. (↬ Lapham’s Quarterly)

Missed Connections l Handmade Portraits by Sophie Blackall (New York) l "Missed Connections, I find on the train: subtle interactions, eccentricity, beauty, sorrow, secrets, kindness, generosity, excellent hairdos. Every sort of person imaginable and unimaginable. For this poster, i measured my allotted space very carefully and figured out I had enough space to draw 34 people." http://blip.tv/etsy/handmade-portraits-sophie-blackall-5930123

Sophie Blackall‘s NYC Subway poster for the New York MTA Arts for Transit program.

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