This is hilarious. Homie decided to print off a punch of fake book covers to put over real books and pretend to read them on the subway. People’s reactions are pretty great.
You can watch part one below if you missed it:
You’ve potentially seen photos of the Stockholm Subway System before, but may not know much about it. It’s actually the world’s longest art gallery and features over 150 works of art and installations. All it costs to check out? The price of a ticket for the train.
So many questions we’ll never have the answers to because of this. Did “pizza rat” convert to cannibalism? Is “pizza rat” the dead one, and the other rat is his jealous friend? Are they trying to set Steven Avery up for another murder? We may never know.
If you’re not familiar with pizza rat, check that out here:
If you’re not familiar with Steven Avery, definitely watch “Making a Murderer” on Netflix.
These guys are amazing for this. A couple dudes dressed up as MTA (Metropolitan Transportation Authority) officials went on a subway car, and threw an epic pizza party for random travellers. These subway riders were definitely on the right train at the right time.
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In an attempt to liven up the NYC subway, a group of dudes decided to throw a dance party inside a subway train. No depressing ride for these travelers, they seem to have quite a good time.
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Here’s a collection of photos from photography, Nick Frank, that include a look at various subway stations from around the globe. The photos span from 2011 to now. Be sure to check out Nick’s website here.
Continue reading Incredible Subway Photos from Around the World by Nick Frank
Tell me this video doesn’t make you want to start rollerblading again. The part where he’s going down the middle part of the escalators had my heart racing.
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The Stockholm subway is easily one of the dopest in existence. It looks more like an art gallery than a metro system. At each stop riders are greeted with new works of art to take in. Some parts of the metro systems still have crude bedrock exposed while others have been tiled or embedded with Roman ruins and statues. I wouldn’t mind taking this to work every morning. Continue reading The Stockholm Subway Is Surprisingly Dope (27 Pics)