Queens Mainline Graffiti History

August 7th, 2014

"Do you want to die tonight?"

The Brooklyn Bridge white flags & exploring.

July 25th, 2014

Earlier this week, someone changed the American flags on the Brooklyn Bridge - replacing them with white flags of surrender. I don't care who did it or why. I think it is awesome that they did. It's a fun prank that harmed absolutely no one and is certainly not worth all the slow-news-week press it has been getting.

Phreights Phlicked in Philly XIII (Paint by Numbers)

November 23rd, 2013

Here's a helpful tip when painting freights: Avoid the numbers on the sides. They are needed for identification by the train crews, and if obscured a black box with the new info will be planted on top of your piece. So if you want your stuff to last, respect the numbers and they will respect you....

117066059 074 084 085 093 095 120 130

Motorcycle Anarchy fixed in one easy step.

October 2nd, 2013

The cure to crazy motorcyclists swarming the roads of NYC is simple: let them have a Sunday morning to go for a drive free of car traffic.

10 most disgusting abandoned places in NYC.

April 18th, 2013

While discussing a recent buzzfeed post about '33 beautiful abandoned places', and one from IO9.com covering 'majestic abandoned power stations', we joked that if someone made a similar post about NYC, it would need to have a different, more disturbing theme. I then smacked myself in the forehead and realized I absolutely had to do this, immediately.

98 years ago today, a subway tunneling accident made Richard Creedon an NYC Legend.

March 27th, 2013

Today marks the 98th anniversary of one of the most unique events in NYC Subway Tunnel history. On this day in 1905, a man was accidentally shot like a canon out of the present day 4/5 line subway tunnel under NY Harbor and into the air. He survived.


NYC Traffic Fiasco

January 2nd, 2013

NYC's current DOT commissioner, Janette 'the sadist' Khan, believes that NYC's traffic needs to be 'calmed'.

To this bitch, I say "traffic will be calmer when it fucking moves".

How to signal to an NYC subway to stop (in case of emergency)

December 4th, 2012

As part of our evolving nerd 'how to' series, we felt it highly relevant to post this handy insiders guide on how to signal to a subway driver to stop an oncoming, moving the train from the platform.


Photo Fridays: Dead End

June 29th, 2012

Somewhere in the NYC Subway System

Photo Fridays: Going Under

June 22nd, 2012