Children's Crossing Signs in Guyana
Georgetown, I.2002; pict. C. Broadwell
North-America in shape and design.
Look it up in Canada
and the U.S.A.
There is a small difference though. Did you notice
that the male features a neck ? This is not
the case in the aforementioned region. Our designer here must be a
better observer of the facts of life.
One question disturbs me. Other countries like
Mexico and Guatemala are much closer to Northern-America
but still adopt the Southern-American way of doing with a diamond shaped sign.
Why not Guyana?