One of the unspoken rules when riding the subway is never, ever stare at the other passengers. But that doesn’t mean you can’t find art there and ogle all you’d like!
Jack Cheng takes pictures of ads in subway stations and turns the words into poetry. He calls it Subway Cento. The torn and faded ads when rearranged and juxtaposed becomes strangely meaningful, doesn’t it?
I see people all the time stopping to snap pictures of what I might consider nothing-too-special. But I wonder if they take it home and turn it into art like Jack Cheng does. Do you ever find art in unsuspecting places? What do you do with it?