The city has unveiled its latest traffic safety campaign and it’s very clever. Presenting with enthusiasm: Curbside Haiku, a series of minimalist posters wherein in pictogram people get into a series of unfortunate interactions with NYC traffic. Put your magical phone over the QR code and wise poems appear, stylized in traditional haiku, instructing you on how to best avoid disaster, whether you’re biking or walking. They’re actually very well written: “Oncoming cars rush/Each a 3-ton bullet./And you, flesh and bone.” Oh, I can relate.