Anyone who's been on a New York City subway knows you can see some pretty strange things now and then. None, perhaps as odd as a nearly nude man painted to look like the inside of one of the trains. Artist Kori Moore, spent four hours last week painting a model to blend into an orange subway seat and map of the city's subway system.
There is so much sex on the New York City subway now. Have you noticed? Sometimes, train stations are just coated in phallic cactuses.
In honor of No Pants DayNew Yorkers braved freezing city temperatures and rode the subway lines without wearing any pants. Created by Improv Everywhere nearly twenty years ago, 'No Pants Day' has spread into a nationwide public transportation event spanning across more than fifty cities. We are at Sara D.
What's more New York than almost sitting on a partially-nude man painted to camouflage into a classic subway cart? That exact sight materialized on a G train last week thanks to painter Kori Moore, who spent four hours painting model Hardy Brooklyn to blend into an orange subway seat and a map of the NYC subway system last Thursday. The painting was rather convincing, apparently. Moore, originally from Ohio but now based in Philadelphia, teamed up with the wildly popular Instagram account Subway Creatures for the living art piece.
Skip navigation! Photographed by Alexandra R. Elizabeth Siematkowski is a founder of ToplessbladingTM, the following is the first-person account of her maiden topless voyage across the Williamsburg bridge:.
By Valerie Edwards For Dailymail. Dozens of nude models protested against the Facebook and Instagram ban on female nipples with New York City gathering that was coordinated by controversial artist Spencer Tunick. In collaboration with the National Coalition Against Censorship, for their WeTheNipple campaign, Tunick took photos of the models during a Sunday morning demonstration outside the Astor Place subway station in Manhattan.
Nudist Ed Haines has no regrets about his birthday suit slumber - and can be seen regularly in Manhattan's Madison Square Park, letting it all hang out. A homeless man snapped riding the New York subway in his birthday suit has been tracked down - and says he won't be stopping any time soon. Nudist Ed Haines has no regrets about his naked slumber, and wishes he could do it all the time - if it were not for the trouble he could land himself in.
Peter Davis, a passenger on board the train, snapped this photo of him and tweeted it at p. Thursday night. Davis, a New York born-and-raised something-year-old executive editor of a fashion magazine, got on the train at 53rd street and 5th Ave. To his surprise, people were on the car acting as if nothing was just a tad off.
The Post caught up to Haines at Madison Square Park in Manhattan, where the year-old can regularly be seen sitting out on benches wearing only his birthday suit. But after it was pointed out that he had the same tattoo as the man in the picture, he finally admitted going skinny-dipping in the New York subway system. Meanwhile, a photo of him sitting naked on a bench in Madison Square Park surfaced Saturday.