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NO AD: NYC

"No Ad functions as a real-life form of the advertisement-blocking software that has become popular online. Open the app, hold your phone’s camera up to any advertisement in the subway system in New York City, look at the screen and the ad is replaced by a piece of art.
No Ad is curated by its creators, Jordan Seiler and Jowy Romano. Mr. Seiler, along with his partner at the Re+Public Lab, B. C. Biermann, developed the technology for the app, and Mr. Romano, who writes a blog about subway art in the city, helps choose which art will show up in place of advertisements. So far, No Ad relies mostly on the work of street artists the developers are acquainted with.
“As an advertising blocker, it functions pretty poorly,” Mr. Seiler acknowledged. “It’s more of a proof of concept, for once we’re wearing Google Glass or other kinds of virtual reality displays.”

via courrierinternational from newyorktimes-mtny 

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Hello From Underground - Christian Lopez

Hello From Underground is a new online tool to communicate and connect New York with the rest of the world. A simple and lovely way to export the amazingness of The City. An unexpected and exciting souvenir. Because New York is a place you need to share with the people you love. Right here. Right now. Hello from Underground consistsof live postcards shot at the core of the city in one of its most important icons: the New York City Underground, where everything beats with a hypnotic rhythm. Christian Lopez.

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Hello From Underground - Christian Lopez

Hello From Underground is a new online tool to communicate and connect New York with the rest of the world. A simple and lovely way to export the amazingness of The City. An unexpected and exciting souvenir. Because New York is a place you need to share with the people you love. Right here. Right now. Hello from Underground consistsof live postcards shot at the core of the city in one of its most important icons: the New York City Underground, where everything beats with a hypnotic rhythm. Christian Lopez.

Lustik: twitter | pinterest | etsy