||New Zealand's road signs are a mix
of world-wide influences. The children's signs come from
Great Britain and are enriched with an Australian flavour.
The Rock signs with minor changes are of Australian stock.
The men at work are exact mirrors of the signs used in Hawaii.
Notice how even the improbable shape of the heap is copied neatly.
Considering his posture, he probably won't suffer any back-aches.
It's remarkable how men at work signs in some countries show people
during a breathing-spell while other designs sometimes show
people working to death (f.e. Egypt).
Is that a reflexion of the administration's attitude towards hard work?