How many of you heard about W11? if you are Karachite, you definitely knows about it, its the same mini bus or in local slang “larri”, once you onboard to travel from new Karachi to burns road or in between. Now you can easily recall it and yes it was flying coach with one hyper active conductor and driver. He shouted “Dubleu Gayara”. But here we are not mentioning its route or some interesting story of its travel rides. Can you imagine this mini bus inspiration reached to new heights and finds another recognition? this time not in Pakistan, its in Melbourne city of Australia.
W11 electric Tram running on roads of Melbourne city, Australian in very unique eastern style of Pakistani Truck Artwork. No doubt Pakistani Truck Art stays always in news and one can recognize it anywhere in the world. It’s also became the source of inspiration for designers to fit in new design patterns, artists to make it part of their creativity, for rebranding of services and products and also when one wants to show some affection with Pakistan.
Pictures of W11 Tram in Australia with Pakistani Truck Art
Even national and international brandslike Telenor, Khaddi, JJ, Nestle, Mobilink, National Foods and other used Pakistani truck artwork in their media campaigns. You can also find truck artwork on hand made decorative items, kitchen utensils and other household products and in packaging. Even many enthusiasts wrapped their cars using beautiful truck art work. We are proud of it and whenever we saw truck art we relate it to our beloved country as our signature eastern art.
Showing some of the common Truck art pieces and its usage