New York City subway cards pay tribute to David Bowie

/ 03:03 PM April 19, 2018

David Bowie. Image: AFP/Bertrand Guay via AFP Relaxnews

New York City have paid homage to the late actor and musician, David Bowie, by introducing a subway card featuring the artist, according to NME.com.

The cards are available to purchase at the city’s Broadway-Lafayette station, which has apparently become somewhat of a tribute to Bowie since his death in 2016.

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Advertisements for the much-anticipated “David Bowie Is” exhibition, currently being shown at the Brooklyn Museum, are plastered upon the walls, with a giant mural also featuring outside.

The legendary actor and musician lived in SoHo, only a few blocks from Broadway-Lafayette station, for a period of time. JB

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