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:


If you want more awesome content, subscribe to 'Oh, Design You Trust,' our brand new Facebook page! Trust me, you won't be disappointed.

More Inspiring Stories

Artists Raid A Polish Scrapyard To Build A Collection Of Recycled Metal Super Cars
Project 12:31
A Series Of Simple Illustrations About Coronavirus And Safety Measures From The Chinese Artist
Famous Classic Album Covers Mashed Up With Star Wars Characters
"Our Future Is Now": The Incredible Cyberpunk Illustrations Of Mad Dog Jones
Artist Imagines Spilled Coffee As Monsters
"Past In The Future": Epic Digital Artworks Of Evgeny Kazantsev
Inspirational Female Portraits by Eva Balloon
Victorian Wars: Star Wars Characters As You’ve Never Seen Them Before
Chevrolet Speedometer Design: Design Evolution from 1941 to 2011
15 Exquisite Illustrations Which Sum Up Perfectly How Much We Love Our Pets
Charming Cut Paper Silhouettes Playfully Transform Famous US Landmarks
These Doodles Explain Why Every Millennial Is Having A Tough Time Growing Up
Russian Motor-Head Creates Perfect Life-Size Motorcycle Out of Wood
Artist Transformes Famous Paintings Into Batman Pop Art
Trapped In The 1930s: Artist Draws Popular Characters In Rubber Hose Style
"The Traveler Saga": Explore The Beautiful Outworlds And Creations With Gorgeous Concept Art Of Tyler Smith
Bikinis On Record: Album Cover Beach Girls Of The 1960s-1980s
Skye's Bonnie Boat Arts Project
Star Wars Prints Styled As Traditional Japanese Art
Artist Turns People Into 3D Pixar-Like Characters And You Can Become One Too
"Your Soul Is the Whole World": Beautiful Surreal Retro Collages of Hugo Bastos
François Dourlen Blurs The Line Between Popular Culture And The Real World With His iPhone
Create amazing paintings from photos!