Artist starts campaign in New York City!

So, this is some cool direct action – an artist, Jay Shells, who’s made a reputation for producing etiquette graphics in the NYC subway system is putting up hand-drawn posters about cleaning up poo!

It’s an interesting approach – the posters are being put up on temporary construction walls, and he screws a dog bag dispenser into the sign.

This is an awesome idea!

Washington Heights Poster Reminds Dog Owners to Clean Up After Their Pets:

Artist Jay Shells, maybe better known as the man behind the ‘subway etiquette’ project, has undertaken a new campaign targeting dog poop, installing large, colorful, hand-painted posters street side, reminding people to “clean up after your dog”

It seems that he’s got posters up in three locations now.  You can watch a video of the installation here:


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