Weekend Color Story … {subway train decorated}

Hello peeps from blogland, facebook, twitter, browsers, subscribers, youtubers .. glad that you are able to join me today for my latest Color Story! Today’s story is inspired by another subway train ad where the ENTIRE TRAIN is decorated … and of course I had to dive into my purse and take out my camera to photograph the cool train. Here’s a photo shot of my color story overview with the printed pages on the right showing a tiny peek at the train design … the ad for Vitaman Water (large photos to follow):


And here we go ….. the color story:

Here are the photos of the train DECORATED outside AND inside:

Here’s the ceiling of the train:

Here is the inside:

Whatchathink? Do you like? Did you see the train photos where the trains were decoated by HGTV? Late a looksie here!

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4 Responses to Weekend Color Story … {subway train decorated}

  1. Rekha says:

    I love the colors of Vitamin water!! Great pictures of the subway decor…I will have to go take a look for myself to see it live!! I love it when the subways are dressed up!!

  2. Aurora says:

    If only we lived in a perfect world where these vibrant interiors could be found in NYC trains! It is amazing what can be done with a bit of imagination and whimsy. I would look forward to riding the NYC subways if they looked anything like this!!

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