New York – poetry in motion. In New York city you have to be well read to avoid getting crashed (and crushed) by passing traffic. This new programm , launched in the end of 2011 and called “Curbside Haiku,” is a DOT safety education and public art campaign launched in November 2011. A set of twelve bright, eye-catching designs by artist John Morse that mimic the style of traditional street safety signs. Each sign is accompanied by a haiku poem. The “Curbside Haiku” installation can be seen citywide on 144 signs to promote road safety. Each design and haiku delivers a safety message by focusing on a transportation mode.
[…] background-position: 50% 0px; background-color:#222222; background-repeat : no-repeat; } metaphrasi.wordpress.com (via @LinguaGreca) – Today, 8:35 […]
[…] Productivity Threats & How to Overcome them Read Literature – avoid Road Accidents How to Be Confident Without Being Cocky 10+ Ways to Get a Better Night’s Rest […]