Oct 23, 2009  •  In Art/Design, NYC

How a 3-Year-Old Views the NYC Subway

Graphic designer and illustrator Erin Jang created this wonderful poster for her nephew’s third birthday.

How adorably fun!

I have to say that I’m very impressed with the boy’s extensive list of meaningful subway stops. My custom map would be about the same size, and would include the following stops (from north to south):

175th St – George Washington Bridge (for when I need to meet my parents in Fort Lee)
96th St – Central Park West (who doesn’t love Central Park?)
 86th St (The Metropolitan Museum of Art & The Guggenheim Museum)
Columbus Circle (there are always things to do in Columbus Circle)
Fifth Ave – 53rd St (The MoMA)
42nd St – Times Square (Port Authority & Times Square)
34th St – Penn Station (my old company & the home of my beloved Knicks: Madison Square Garden)
34th St – Herald Square (K-Town)
14th St (J’s old company & my favorite places in Chelsea)
14th St – Union Square (Union Square)
Astor Pl (St. Marks Place)
Canal St (Chinatown)
Bay Ridge Ave (my babysitting charge lives here)

How about you? Which stops would your custom map include?

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2 Responses to “How a 3-Year-Old Views the NYC Subway”

  1. birdie says:

    how absolutely adorable! wonder if he can even read it?

    shake shack would definitely be on my map too! and then century 21. xD I love NY’s subway system!

  2. Geek in Heels says:

    @birdie – Can you believe I’ve NEVER been to Century 21? (What can I say? I don’t like shopping much.) And the first time I tried Shake Shack was last year…I swear sometimes I forget I live in such a great city where there are still so many things for me to explore/try!

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