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NYC Carriage Cruelty

An NYC boutique and design firm teams up to stop horse-drawn carriages.

A time-honored tradition of the horse-drawn carriage ride throughout NYC may be put to a halt. In an effort to stop the controversial horse-drawn carriages, a well-known NYC vegan boutique—that would be MooShoes, in case you’re wondering— and design agency, Raven and Crow Studio, are banding together. These two companies are combining forces with the Coalition to Ban Horse-Drawn Carriages to create posters they hope city residents will post throughout town. One poster features vibrant prints of horses and reads, “Ban Horse-Drawn Carriages,” and another reads, “London Paris Toronto Beijing: Join the list of cities that give a damn, New York.” Their faded orange, vibrant violet, and fiery red are sure to capture attention.

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