Subway Doodles

Subway Doodles By NYC Artist Ben Rubin Captures The Wonderfully Weirder Side Of The Subway Tracks

Subway Doodles

New York artist Ben Rubin found a good way to entertain himself during his subway commutes. During the rides, he works on his Subway Doodles project, which consists in taking pictures with his iPad…

Subway Doodles

Ben Rubins subway Doodles Transform New York City Into A Fantastically Weird Place

Subway Doodles

The New York subway can be a pretty strange place even at the best of times, but as you can see from these creepy doodles, it looks positively normal when

Colossus, Florence, Italy

red-lipstick: Gigantic century sculpture known as Colosso dell’Appennino, or the Appennine Colossus located in the park of Villa Demidoff (just north of Florence, Italy). It was erected in 1580 by Italian sculptor Giambologna Italy).

Subway Doodles

“Subway Doodle” is the name Ben Rubin uses when posting drawings he makes on his commute to and from work each day. The artist snaps a photo and using his iPad, he inserts monsters, animals, and oc…

Subway Doodles

Ben Rubins subway Doodles Transform New York City Into A Fantastically Weird Place

Subway Doodles

Ben Rubins subway Doodles Transform New York City Into A Fantastically Weird Place

Subway Doodles

Ben Rubins subway Doodles Transform New York City Into A Fantastically Weird Place

Subway Doodles

“Subway Doodle” is the name Ben Rubin uses when posting drawings he makes on his commute to and from work each day. The artist snaps a photo and using his iPad, he inserts monsters, animals, and oc…

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Popped Up By Ervin Loránth Hervé, Budapest, Hungary

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