UPDATE: Amazon is pulling these ads, reports Variety. UPDATE 2: Gothamist has more on the removal of the ads, revealing that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo pressured the MTA to take the ads down. Amazon did not request their removal. See our original post below: Amazon's advertising for its latest original series, The Man in the High Castle, includes symbols of Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan posted all over a Shuttle train in New York City's subway. The campaign, which runs from Nov. 15 through Dec. 14, has some consumers alarmed.
There's nothing subtle about these ads from Thinx for its female-targeted product. But are they risqué? More specifically, are they too hot for the New York subway system?
If things go according to plan, the sounds of the New York subway system could change by 2019. At least, that's what Heineken is hoping.
Earlier this year, design firm Control Group partnered with New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority to roll out large digital kiosks underground that display maps of the city's transit systems.
In what’s being billed as the biggest underground digital out-of-home network to date, CBS Outdoor and Turner Broadcasting System have teamed up to bring a little dazzle to the New York City subway system.
If you're a New Yorker and you bought a MetroCard sometime in the last week or so at a "high-traffic" station (Herald Square, Penn Station, Coney Island, Times Square, etc.), you may have noticed something was very different. Rather than the sunny yellow New York commuters have come to know, the card the machine spat out this time was crimson.
New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority has begun rolling out ads on the front of its MetroCards. First stop: the Gap, which exhorts riders to "Be bright NYC," with the word "bright" stamped in multicolored letters against a