Colours that Inspire

Every country has art particular to their culture. Truck Art is one such art form typical to Pakistan and this design is now seen in everything from murals to fashion. Artists have been invited to several countries all over the world, where this art work has been exhibited. One such event was the Santa Fe International Folk Art Market, as well as in Dolce & Gabbana’s beauty campaign in Milan. The Smithsonian Museum also houses a Truck Art truck

Source: Phool Patti 

Washington

Mercedez Car 1966 Shining at International Vintage Car Expo- Germany

To Switzerland with love – Decorated with the Swiss & Pakistani National Flower

Shazen Restaurant – Berlin

LA

Products

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Happy Easter!

Germany

Karachi

Danish artist created Lego truck inspired by Truck Art

Milan

Tram

Truck Art inspired Tram – Australia

Gate

Front Gate – Karachi Source:https://www.facebook.com/VoicePakistan

Fashion inspired by Truck Art  

Source: GulaboTruckFashion

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Fashion show by designers Maheen & Rizwan Beyg

Source: Rizwan Beyg

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Day 7- NaBloPoMo/NanoPoblano/YeahNoMo

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3 Responses to Colours that Inspire

  1. innatejames says:

    These are beautiful! They remind me of Native American artwork.

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