Friends Don't Let Friends Walk and Text
The new campaign to end absent-minded texting
The latest installment of graphic designer Jason Shelowitz's ongoing campaign to end annoying behavior in New York City's subway system takes aim at the zombie texters who are always walking into people while entering something on their smartphones. The new poster out this week ought to remind people that bad things can happen while walking and texting, like falling into water fountains—and subsequent lawsuits. Have a look at the rest of his subway signage on noise pollution and hygiene on his site. Keep plastering your signs all over New York, Jason. You're doing God's work.
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