TinyRoadSigns alert human city dwellers about the spaces they share with other city residents

If you're driving or strolling the streets of Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, you might come upon tiny street signs that catch your eye. You might see, for instance, an alert for a hedgehog crossing, or a sign for kittens nearby. These aren't obscure traffic laws regarding animal-and-motor right of ways, but the #TinyRoadSign project from creative marketing firm Clinic212.

The adorable series of shrunken traffic signs serve as a reminder to the residents of the city to take note of its other inhabitants. The agency wanted to bring residents' attention back to nature that exists (and sometimes even thrives) within the city itself, and perhaps find a little more balance between the human-and-animal inhabitants.

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