November 6, 2013

The New York Subway Signs Experiment

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In New York City, subway conductors have to point at a black and white sign to show that they've fully arrived on the platform. Conductors spend their whole day in that small booth, alone. It is incredibly loud, and they get minimal human contact. Creative director Yosef Lerner and his partner Rose Sacktor created this video to tell the story.


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