Little Road Signs For Little City Residents

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Cats can’t read street signs. It’s a pity, because #tinyroadsign project is made for animals. Or rather, it’s all about making people pay attention to their tiny furry (or feathered) neighbors. After all, parks provide living space to animals like hedgehogs, while cats and pigeons have little issue with living in urban areas anyways. Oh, if only the felines and the tiny spiky balls could read traffic signs!

This project is an idea by Clinic 212, a Lithuanian creative agency in Vilnius. With this project they wanted to show people that they aren’t the only ones living in the city. All of the signs can be found around Vilnius.

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