"Oh, that's cute," an MTA worker said, noticing for the first time an ad installed near the southwest stairs at the Bedford L stop on Wednesday morning.
Tessa Stuart An MTA worker removes an illegal advertisement promoting Shia LaBeof's Twitter account.
The ad, a four feet by five feet black and white collage, features the heads of Shia LaBeouf, Picasso and God (as imagined by Michelangelo in the Sistine Chapel fresco "The Creation of Adam") pasted on to women's bodies, alongside LaBeouf's Twitter handle and the hashtag #TheCureForCelebrity.
The worker muttered under his breath as he peeled the poster from its frame, then pried its frame from the tile wall, revealing an ad for the Red Bull Music Festival beneath it. He confirmed the ad was installed illegally.More »