I’ve just added a collection of graphic, typography style posters influenced by vintage New York City subway signs. Classic, famous NYC subway stops overlayed with images from New York City or vintage maps of Manhattan.
This artwork was initially intended for a line of phone cases on Casetify as part of the Dogford Studios Collection…
These vintage looking NYC subways station designs are also available as posters, tote bags, canvas and framed and matted artwork. You can even order them printed and rolled in a tube for framing locally.
Vintage subway stations signs in New York City – design by Edward M. Fielding – www.edwardfielding.com
Intended for a cool phone case, this image looks great as wall art and on products.
List of classic subway stops including:
Central Park, Harlem, Greenwich Village, Upper East Side, Tribeca, Hell’s Kitchen, Midtown,Meat Packing, district,Battery Park, Soho, times, square, Chinatown
Background – The Brooklyn Bridge, Flat Iron Building, chalkboard or vintage map of Manhattan.
Did you know?
The first underground line of the New York City Subway opened on October 27, 1904, almost 35 years after the opening of the first elevated line in New York City, which became the IRT Ninth Avenue Line. By the time the first subway opened, the lines had been consolidated into two privately owned systems, the Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company (BRT, later Brooklyn–Manhattan Transit Corporation, BMT) and the Interborough Rapid Transit Company (IRT).