Silent Voices Research
Vegan photographer designs new line of Halloween costumes for all ages
Costumes further the Halloween tradition of dressing in a way that scares
Carle Place, New York August 22, 2010: When pressed for his answers on all the press release questions; who, what, when, where, why and how, this photographer/designer had only a few succinct words as a response.:
"The overwhelming participation in the tradition of Halloween offers a great opportunity to give exposure to the abuses and cruelties and horror of the animal-slaughtering industries These designs reflect the various stages of slaughter. Frankenstein meets Frankenfood.”
"Since young children are raised to be offered meat in their school cafeterias, they should also be educated as to how it came to be there. Sizes will range from child on up to (parent) Adult.
"Sketches will be available shortly”.
His final statement was a plea for more people to try to understand and apply the merits of vegetarianism/veganism for each individual person, animal and the entire planet.
Many websites offer thorough articles and facts on the practicality of such healthy choices.
He says, “The ignorance played out in the “I-don’t-want-to-know-how-my-murdered corpse-came-to-my-plate” days should have long been over. View Earthlings, view Food Inc., view Fresh. Read…ask!”
“This is to be a message for other traditions to be re-thought, especially Thanksgiving, where society becomes obsessed with the need to raise, harvest and consume huge numbers of turkeys.”
"This is for all the voices that have been silenced because they did not know how to speak.”
For Release 9 a.m. EDT, August 22, 2010