If you see something, 2006-2009

Vinyl stickers on New York City subway-posters (62x 50 cm)


Shortly after the 9-11 attacks in New York, the 'If You See Something, Say Something' poster campaign of the New York City Metropolitan Transportation Authority was published in and around the subway system. The posters emphasized that a terrorist-attack was imminent and could happen anytime at any place. The stickers, pasted over nearly all the posters in the subway system, made an attempt to disarm the campaign and ridicule the constant threatening remark.