BART Swing


Lauren at Double Takes just discovered Caroline Woolard‘s Swinging Underground project, in which a backpack turns into a subway swing and adds a little whimsy to an otherwise dreary commute — for you and all your fellow commuters. Link. (Thanks, Mike!)

Previously on Mission Mission:

Sidewalk Swing

BART Boner

6 Responses to “BART Swing”

  1. zed says:

    That’s not BART, maybe MUNI, but Definitely not BART

  2. Allan Hough says:

    Right, but it is a BART swing.

  3. 91x says:

    Yeah I think it’s CTA in Chicago. Still looks fun though.

  4. johnny0 says:

    Isn’t it NYC? You can see tile station signs at about the 2 minute mark.

  5. phlavor says:

    NYC for sure. One of the “new” trains. Cool idea. Not for use during rush hour. You would be treated like a pinata.

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