A Stunning Book Documenting Objects Used in New York Subway

A new book published today by the duo behind New York City Transit Authority book contains over 400 artifacts related to the New York City Subway, collected and documented by photographer Brian Kelley.

Kelley started collecting MTA MetroCards in 2011, and he quickly became fascinated by other Subway-related objects. This catalogue is the first of its kind—presenting a previously uncollated archive of subway ephemera that spans three centuries.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New York City Transit Authority: Objects

  • 356 pages
  • 10 × 10″
  • Stochastic screen
  • Case-bound
  • Silkscreened cover and spine
  • Italian cloth wrapped

 Available at standardsmanual.com ($49)

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