If Emily Post were a guerrilla artist, she’d be a lot like Jason Shelowitz.

Armed with 80 mock street signs that read, “Clean up after your horse,” “Pull up your pants,” “Don’t flick your butts on the ground,” and “Pay attention while walking,” the 31-year-old graphic designer from Chelsea is taking to New York City’s streets to “enforce” etiquette.

And he's serious about his signs.

"My dog burned his paws when he stepped on a lit cigarette," he told Metro. “It’s a matter of saying what everyone’s thinking.”


As of today, Jason Shelowitz has put up 40 across Manhattan and will be expanding into the outer boroughs next week.

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