Danish artist creates LEGO truck inspired by Pakistani Truck Art

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There are two highly ingenious form of truck art which weren’t as popular as they should’ve been but gradually, they have been making their ways through the the world. Pakistani Truck Art and Japanese Dekotora. Both are forms of art imagined by the truck drivers of Pakistan and Japan but mind you, neither of whose creations receives exhibitions and or multi-million dollar bids but they have done it for themselves.

Legos though, are something through which people have made working engines. From straight-six to rumbling V12s. LEGO has been used to even create assembly lines, and Top Gear’s co-host, James May has built a house out of this so this isn’t a feat that can push itself between those but surely, as a tribute to Pakistani truckers, this does its trick.

Created by Danish artist, Adam Grabowski, the truck is inspired by Pakistani Trucks and thus, the exhibition of this truck was named ‘ISUZU‘.

These little trucks though look real good. Here are few pictures, and for the rest of them, you can go here.

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Baber K. Khan

An auto enthusiast trying to bring car media mainstream.

  • Wam1q

    Great!

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