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Other countries, like Costa Rica, Brazil, or Alaska, sometimes also show adults but then at least have the decency to supply them with a bookbag.
More about roadsigns with captions in Alaska and the U.S.A. who could perhaps redirect some of their super power into roadsign improvement.
As a rule children shown playing on the road are boys, girls don't do this. And boys play with balls (e.g. Canada or Chile), they don't run with a dog.
The last sign on this row is sponsored by an insurance company. The triangular warning is included into a rectangular board. The craquelure could mean that the company was on a tight budget and that not the best kind of paint was used. Other countries with sponsored road signs are i.a. France, Madagascar, and the Philippines.
Two signs indicating a pedestrian zone. I have the impression that both radiate conflict. The man on the left takes a domineering stance and the woman looks embarrassed. On the right it is clear that the girl is not happy. She tries to tear herself away from the man. Compare this with an example from the Czech Republic where I see no such tension.