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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.

by 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┬ádesign 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.

Ron Gabriel

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