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02.27.12 Marina Galperina

Let’s count the ways this weak bite of Jay Shells’ Subway Etiquette posters is just terrible. Terrible! Count One — even the name is stolen… plus a vomitously hypocritical “Unwritten Rules” prefix. Count Two — a TL;DR written passage follows, outlining, in poor grammar, all points previously covered by the original Shells etiquette campaign. So, hello, “Going With Eddie.” One question: Really? […]

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07.07.10 Bucky Turco

There’s no doubt that many of you have seen the real life behavioral atrocities that are committed on the subway, so you’re probably wondering what up with this slickly produced video detailing artist Jay Shells’ ‘Subway Etiquette’ project. Yeah well, us too. […]

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04.22.10 Bucky Turco

Normally, when artists boast about putting up illegal posters and whatnot, the public isn’t all that supportive. Not the case for Jay Shells and his ‘Subway Etiquette‘ project. Even the notoriously slanted Post and the news chuckling people at WPIX are loving it, scoring an interview with the graphic designing prankster. […]

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04.21.10 Bucky Turco

MTA poster parodying graphic designer Jay Shells wasted no time kicking off his much needed ‘Subway Etiquette‘ campaign. As promised, the artivist started installing the appropriately modified posters on Wednesday morning, beginning at the 8th Avenue L station. Despite its highly illegal nature, this is the type of vandalism that even the graffiti-hating public can […]

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04.20.10 Bucky Turco

Riding the subway in NYC is cheap, efficient, and often, highly irritating. It’s like a concentration of the most inconsiderate and rude people know to man, but hopefully one graphic designing prankster can help. Artist Jay Shells informed us of his ‘Subway Etiquette’ poster campaign. I surveyed 100 people on their top pet-peeves (not service […]

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