Lighter side of branding | The sounds of the Big Apple

An interesting experiment titled “Bending Sounds” to capture the sounds of New York City, specifically scenes in and around subway stations, one of the world’s largest and most intricate that serves as the main lifeline of getting people from point A to B in across New York’s five boroughs of Manhattan, The Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island.

… created by Washington-based artist, Tim Sessler. Shot within a couple hours on a sunny Saturday afternoon, Bending Sounds is a test/experiment to capture the inspirational sounds and visuals of the NYC subway. There’s no background music at all, allowing the natural sounds of the environment to prevail. Whether you’ve never been in the Big Apple’s subway system or use it on a daily basis, you’ll definitely find the video more than enjoyable. For the best results, watch it with headphones.


Inspiration: Like Cool, People Virginia, flickrmember: Brandon Heath, News One, Context; Mash Kulture


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