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LIMITED TIME DISCOUNT PERFECT FOR CLIENT PITCHES OR DESIGN PORTFOLIOS Advertising mockups are a great way to attract your client or customer's attention and leave a lasting impression about their brand. Use these real-life billboard, digital screen, and poster mockups to showcase or advertise your client's products or your own designs. Each mockup is equipped with Smart Objects within the Photoshop file, so all you have to do is simply place your artwork into the Smart Object and like magic…

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8 surprisingly fun adventures at the end of NYC’s subway lines | New York Post

“This is a Bronx-bound 6 train to Pelham Bay Park.” An announcement like this one (sometimes a bit garbled) is what New York straphangers hear on a daily basis. Perhaps it’s a Queens-bound F …

Photo by Photo Kit/Shutterstock The newly updated map reimagines New York’s subway system, dedicating the names of its 424 stations to formative female figures in the city’s history. A large sum of New York City’s landmarks and main streets are named after famous men—Columbus Circle, Rockefeller Center, Penn Station, Astor Place, and Madison Avenue (to name a few). But a slim percentage of such sites in the city are dedicated to female figures. (According to the government-run initiative She Bui

Photo by Photo Kit/Shutterstock The newly updated map reimagines New York’s subway system, dedicating the names of its 424 stations to formative female figures in the city’s history. A large sum of New York City’s landmarks and main streets are named after famous men—Columbus Circle, Rockefeller Center, Penn Station, Astor Place, and Madison Avenue (to name a few). But a slim percentage of such sites in the city are dedicated to female figures. (According to the government-run initiative She…