This project was for the City of Guelph as part of it's traffic management experiment with bicycle boxes... a painted box on the road where cars allow bicycles to cross into the intersection for a left turn, or to wait at a red light with some breathing room. All vector, no hand drawn elements. Squeaky clean. Notice a bit of distorted perspective... I had to fit those traffic lights in and the road markings in this letterbox space. This is why illustrated information design often works better than photography. We're not limited by literal reality.