PETA team up with Black Score for controversial new T-shirts

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Animal rights organisation PETA has teamed with with London-based clothing brand, Black Score, have joined forces to create a new line of T-shirts.

The designs, which were drawn by hand, are being used to support PETA’s long held slogan “Animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on, use for entertainment or abuse in any other way.”

The T-shirts feature cows, pigs and crocodiles with some graphic but hard-hitting slogans.

The in-your-face company is no stranger to telling a story like it is and, has a celebrity following of Jourdan Dunn, Rita Ora and Cara Delevingne. Black Score said via their website that they were proud of their collaboration with “the amazing charity PETA.”

The t-shirts range from £30 to £60 and a percentage of the proceeds of the shirts will go to support PETA’s efforts to protect animals of all kinds.

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