NYC Street Signs that Address Modern Day Etiquette



Rather than simply complain about the pet peeves he was noticing on the streets of Manhattan, graphic designer Jay Shells decided to take a proactive (and somewhat humorous) approach by creating some new streets signs under the guise of the “Metropolitan Etiquette Authority.” The social issues addressed are directly related to people walking while distracted by their cell phones, those who wear their pants all the way down to their ankles, cigarette smokers who think that the world is their ashtray, and policeman on horses who don’t clean up after themselves.




Jay Shells’ website
via [Animal New York], [Me Show]





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