Inspired by the big hair, big attitude, shoulder pads and dancing in vast floral fields, Maria recreated the timeless trio of the 90’s who paved the for the 90’s babies to be bold and fearless (and also use a lot of coconut oil). These were the didis who constantly pushed back and reminded us that they were way ahead of their time.
Inspired by the city's contradicting juxtapositions of its buildings and the rains that make a poet of a John Doe, this Taxi Fabric is a contemporary, graphic take on the Bombay monsoons and the different kinds of lives people lead.
Inspired by the trend Alchemy of Memories chalked out by Asian Paints Colour Next, Katie dug into a trove of memories and let it guide her to the final interpretation and design.
A champion for Indian independent music, the Red Bull Tour Bus got a serious makeover this year thanks to graphic and type designer Shiva Nallaperumal and Taxi Fabric.
This Auto Rickshaw in Bandra comprises of bright and colourful paintings of funny and lovable paintings of strays by two young girls, Ozzie and Ana.
With a heavy reliance on the local culture as well as popular culture, Sumantra’s design also has a subtle yet imminent religious undertone.
Focusing on how Banaras is driven by the good intentions of its own people, this E-Rickshaw hopes for a vibrant and clean Banaras, focusing on the ghats.
Dhoop speaks of a Utopian Banaras, one from many years ago when the city was clean and the glaring issue of climate change did not exist.
This taxi fabric facilitated by Studio Anugraha in association with Impacct Foundation, is filled with dreams and aspirations of young children fighting cancer.
Mumbai would not be half the city it is today without its chawls, ‘Batatyachi Chal’ is inspired by this proverbial place.
A surreal interpretation of ancient Persian and British architecture that speaks a thousand words of what a human mind is capable of.
There is nothing more extraordinary than finding a new detail every time you look at something; and Indian craft is the perfect medium to attain that.
The artwork is nothing but a floral landscape formed by drops of blood, ink and tears, depicting Ghalib’s journey in his own unique way.
With 'STOP. BREATHE. DRINK’ the thought was to urge people to quench their thirst, quench their souls, and fill their infinite space.
Pause and Play's design intention is to nudge the viewer to stop and think of how we as humans have affected water as a resource in a negative way.
‘What If’ was meant to be suggestive of the hypothetical situation. A situation which asks the question - what if water gets disappointed in us because we don’t use it responsibly and leaves the world one day?
Paani Ek Chitrakaar aimed to look at water as an artist that has sculpted and painted the planet with its flow and force.
4 out of 5 individuals who are blind can be cured entirely by corrective surgery. This one daunting fact was the singular reason for See Now and Taxi Fabric to come together.
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!
Vivid colours of the daytime to the night's neon dreamscapes, EDC was nothing short of a lucid out of the world experience.
There are women who've been fighting very bravely for themselves and others in their community and yet somehow we never read or hear their stories.
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.
Pragun's mouth-watering Taxi Fabric, Delhi Belly has been wandering the bylanes of Chandi Chowk, discovering the delicious street food speciailities.
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.
Memorable scenes from movies like Sholay, Dil Chahta Hai, and Rang De Basanti have been brought back to life in our latest Taxi in collaboration with Google.
It started with a Humans of Bombay’s post about an ordinary Taxi driver with an extraordinary story, we decided to take it a step further.