Amazing Mumbai Taxi
There is a Taxi Fabric project in India: artists decorate car cabins. Here are four very interesting examples.
Designer and illustrator Shayvalini Kumar says,that she drew inspiration from the city itself. Its architecture combines Gothic, Victorian, Indo-Saracenic, modern styles and art deco, and all this is reflected in the eclectic work of the artist.
Ankita Shinde asked a taxi driver for whom hehe had to arrange a car, than he is fond of and how he spends his free time. Responses to the rabid rhythm of life and the lack of recreation inspired the artist. His pictures are a call to stop in a frenzied race and have fun here and now.
By the way, money for your project Ankita collected at the kickstart.
Another author, Samua Arif, is Pakistani. In her work she reflected the common features of her native and Indian cultures and religions. In Pakistan, there is little room for creativity, so in this project the girl was able to take her soul.
And Kunel Gaur's work depicts military motives and is executed, according to the author, in the style of the Sistine Chapel.