He used to design and build golf courses many moons ago. I was curious to see if you might know more about it. Think it's cool that they used to come in handmade custom boxes like this one.
Vancouver transit ads fromfound at the Vancouver Archives. I recently visited the delightful City of Vancouver Archives and with the help of the wonderful research staff, I looked through some vintage B. By mezzanineDecember 7, am.
The Seattle Times Company. Winner of a Pulitzer Prize. By Tan Vinh.
In San Francisco there are lots of fun ways to move attendees throughout the city in style. Here are a few recommendations for outside-the-box transportation ideas. Tour the city, ride its hills and feel the sweet bay breeze on your face — with a fleet of 30, there are plenty of Cabrio Pedicabs to go around.
The thing about driving a bus is you have to step on the brakes a long time before you think you have to step on them. The hard kind. Muni is known for operating antiques on its historic F-Market streetcar line and cable car lines every day, but once a year it dips a little deeper into its wayback machine.
The New York Transit Museum, one of the city's leading cultural The Museum explores the development of the greater New York Metropolitan region through the presentations of exhibitions, tours, educational programs, and workshops dealing with the cultural, social, and technological history of public transportation. Since its inception over a quarter century ago, the Museum, housed in a historic IND subway station in Brooklyn Heights, has grown in scope and popularity.
If you want to understand the history and culture of a particular place, looking through their older advertisements would be a great place to start. The advertisement is the glossy, pop cultural meeting point between supply and demand, where marketing pros make clear who they think is buying their product and for what reasons. And as these ads make apparent, marketers have drawn on just about anything to make potential customers' eyes stick.
Get into the holiday spirit with vintage TTC ads. Though some of its staff might occasionally be lacking in the charm department, the TTC was once a perennial source of thoroughly endearing artwork and ideas. In the s, the Commission not only published beautifully illustrated etiquette suggestions for its riderswhen December rolled around it wished them a merry Christmas too this being the '50s, there wasn't a whole lot of attention paid to non-Christian holiday celebrations.
This transformative project will be the largest deployment of digital media in a transit environment anywhere and will create a ubiquitous real-time customer communications and advertising platform that will reach MTA customers throughout their journeys. One one hand, as a straphanger, this bombardment of video ads will definitely be a downer on your daily commute. But on the other hand, more advertising space will allow the MTA to generate more revenue, helping to keep fare-increases at bay. What do you think about the digital ad screens?