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NYC: The Three Way War

NYC: The Three Way War
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Ron Gabriel's design thesis highlights the ongoing 'three-way war' between pedestrians, motorists, and bikers along the streets and intersections of New York City.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 9 june 2011

The streets and intersections of New York City are the site of a daily war between three parties: pedestrians, motorists, and bikers. Taking notice of this three-way struggle, Ron Gabriel’s 2011 design thesis from the School of Visual Arts (SVA) focuses on one such intersection where traffic laws are abused and taken for granted by all three parties, stretching from near-misses, jaywalking, to counterflows and hit-and-runs. Watch the thought-provoking video below:

3-Way Street from ronconcocacola on Vimeo.

3-Way Street from ronconcocacola on Vimeo.

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