Design Different posters showing you how to get to a place safe from zombies. Design Different

When (not if) the zombie apocalypse is upon us, these posters can guide you to safety.

In the not-too-distant future, the walking dead will roam the earth. When they come crawling into your city, clamoring at your gates for a taste of your brains, you will want to be prepared.

The zombies are coming to your city and it's not looking good. (Walking Dead/AMC)

There are only a couple of options for when this happens: stay and wait it out, fight them, or run.

Staying is only recommended if you live in one of these solid shelters. You could try to fight it out if you're brave, but they will outnumber you and eventually overwhelm you.

You're no match for the walking dead. (thezombieapocalypse.com)

So you will have to run, and when you do you'll need an exit plan. If you think you're going to be able to call an Uber or route your escape on Google Maps, think again. The zombies will obviously have taken down the wireless towers and the internet will be out. All the Uber drivers will have already been turned.

It'll all be over, unless you have with you something simple, easy to remember, easy to carry—like this poster showing the route out of your city to the safe zone.

The poster that might save your life in event of a Zombie apocalypse.

Each poster includes a map, with step-by-step directions at the bottom. To help plan accurately, the posters mention the length of the journey and the time-frame. The coordinates, temperature, height above sea-level and the kind of food sources at your destination point are also included.

In Sydney, take this route to safety. (Design Different)

Make sure you take supplies, and remember that no place is ever completely safe while the threat lives on.

No place is safe. (Walking Dead/AMC)

Zombie Safe Zone map posters for different cities, Design Different, $19.99.

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