Lithuanian Artists Creates A Tiny Urban Project With City Signs – Design You Trust

Lithuanian Artists Creates A Tiny Urban Project With City Signs


According to artists from Clinic 212 studio, located in Vilnius, Lithuania: “#TINYROADSIGN is a small project we have created to show that we are not the only ones living in the city. All those road signs are located in Vilnius.”


… and the making of process:


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