Student Project Turns NYC Pedestrian Lights into 9/11 Tributes

Miami Ad School Brooklyn Transforms the Stop Sign

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As one class at Miami Ad School Brooklyn spent Tuesday night spray-chalking a memorial to the victims of 9/11 in Queens, another class was creating a street art project of their own. Six international students from the school are behind a guerilla project that turned pedestrian traffic lights around Manhattan and Brooklyn into symbols of remembrance. The stop symbol was modified to resemble the fallen Twin Towers, while a message reads "9/11. Forward. Together." underneath it.


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Date
Sep 11, 2013
Client:
Miami Ad School Brooklyn
Creative:
Vittoria Tonelli
Creative:
Helena Olsson
Creative:
Ece Ciftci
Creative:
Khoi Phan
Creative:
Alejandra Garcia
Creative:
Ana Lucia Lopez Espinoza
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