<body> Public Ad Campaign: Anonymous Phone Booth in NYC
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Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Anonymous Phone Booth in NYC

I found this image on my way to the studio today. I'm not positive it is the work of an anonymous artist but the lack of copy and strange subject matter makes me think so. If anyone knows who did this, please get in touch.

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5 Comments:

Blogger Brian said...

This caught my eye on the way to work too, did you also look at the other side of the phone booth for an explanation?

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Blogger Jordan Seiler said...

I did but it was just a regular advertisement. Strange.

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Blogger David said...

there another one on 8th at like 19th street, i'm not so sure it's a takeover

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Blogger Jordan Seiler said...

I too have seen another one which makes me think it might not be a takeover also. The lack of any copy always makes me intrigued though.

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Blogger Max said...

i saw one as well...somewhere in east village

its a cool picture regardless of what they are peddling

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