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So the NY Daily News ran an article on some Harry Potter related street art. Evidently someone (or some marketing company) defaced the Union Square subway stop with a 9 3/4th sticker. Evidently there is a train they take in Harry Potter that is on the 9 3/4ths track. I am pretty into the stickering, but I am even more into the fact that my sticker shows up in the shot.
I normally don’t hit up Subway signs because they take the stickers down within a few days but NYC has been painting the cross walk boxes with a new anti-sticker paint. The cross walk boxes are my most likely sticker targets and in some places have this new gravel paint that makes it harder for stickers to stick and makes them easily scraped off so I have had to look for more creative places to get the DBB logo up on.
I am glad I did.
Click here for the Daily News article and click here for a Gothamist article that used the same picture.
And if you see anything else like this in the city, you should submit it to UnseenNYC!

So the NY Daily News ran an article on some Harry Potter related street art. Evidently someone (or some marketing company) defaced the Union Square subway stop with a 9 3/4th sticker. Evidently there is a train they take in Harry Potter that is on the 9 3/4ths track. I am pretty into the stickering, but I am even more into the fact that my sticker shows up in the shot.

I normally don’t hit up Subway signs because they take the stickers down within a few days but NYC has been painting the cross walk boxes with a new anti-sticker paint. The cross walk boxes are my most likely sticker targets and in some places have this new gravel paint that makes it harder for stickers to stick and makes them easily scraped off so I have had to look for more creative places to get the DBB logo up on.

I am glad I did.

Click here for the Daily News article and click here for a Gothamist article that used the same picture.

And if you see anything else like this in the city, you should submit it to UnseenNYC!