A Taxi with a colour wheel of hues to restore and refresh the mind.
A Taxi inspired by the discovery and exploration of the city and how a sense of curiosity leads you to find new and interesting places within it.
A unique calming pattern runs throughout the interior of this rickshaw, creating an immersive space that provides a protective and relaxing travel experience.
Of course, when we at Taxi Fabric play Santa, we don’t have a sleigh being pulled by reindeers - we have a taxi!
With a population of over 22 million and not a sliver of space left, the congested city breathes a sigh of relief, a few miles to the north, at the Sanjay Gandhi National Park.
Norway and India have come together in Contrasts to celebrate each of their unique cultures. It reveals the dissimilarities between the two countries in their bare, beautiful forms.
Braving the Mumbai roads since 1937, the double decker has some fascinating stories to tell. Khyati encapsulated these in her Flight of the Titan
Back in the 1980’s, owing to its beautiful and sleek design, the car inherited its name from the Princess of Chittor and became known as Premier Padmini.
Imagine a whole mesh of missed connections, a tangle of brief moments that could, if given the chance, stretch into love stories.
In Bollywood, we believe that to save the beautiful, the good will always defeat the bad. And that's a way of living in Bombay.
A cross country road trip inspires Sanskar to communicate his love with three wheeled beauties.
In this wild wild city, we exchange energy on the daily. Take a moment to reflect your magic very clearly.
For the city that really never sleeps, the Taxifabric glows in UV light that we fitted in the Taxi that does night shifts in Mumbai.
Mumbai is the city of dreams, and what better way to interpret it than by depicting a fantasy dream machine.
A city which is completely diverse and contrasting in both its people and culture comes under one umbrella.
What makes Mumbai so interesting is that it is a potpourri of culture and people, which has inspired Tosha to create this Taxi Fabric.
Sneak a hug and steal a kiss, without the driver noticing. This auto is dedicated to all the love struck couples in the city.
If you look closely at Mumbai’s architecture, it’s not hard to see how the city’s buildings, bridges and high rises are just as diverse as the people of Mumbai.
Ankita Shinde, feels that we have forgotten to stop and smell the roses in Mumbai’s mad chaos. And that is exactly what her design ‘Stop. Breathe. Feel’ wishes to communicate.
Dedicating it to those Kunel admire for the courage and strength to carry on a war for freedom, for over 100 years - the freedom fighters.
Samya based her designs on the idea that Indians and Pakistanis are essentially the same people, coming from similar roots and focusing on our commonalities and unique characteristics at the same time.
With Urban Garden, Pavithra Dikshit aims to celebrate and inspire more people to appreciate nature amongst them.
It compares the city with objects/tools of daily use. It’s a tribute to the resilience of the people of Bombay.
It’s about the lip smacking pav bhaji, the playful stray dogs, the celebrity joggers and the very opportunity to watch the sunset in your own city as a kid.
Pranita captures the business of the city through its people. Besides being a busy city, it embraces style effortlessly.
The Design is actually an interaction between the little-little stories that all of us come across being a part of the city and the iconic landmarks.
A dabbawalla delivering his dabbas, the last man in the train compartment, the taxi driver dodging traffic and you - All battling time together.
Finding your way through long Bombay signals by conversing with elements you see around, right next to you on the cover.