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Truck Art Vespa in Pakistan

Truck Art Vespa | Pakistani Truck Art | Sakafat Forever

Vespa is a type of scooter that was first manufactured in Italy after World War II. The name means wasp in Italian. The Vespa has developed from a single model scooter that was made in 1946. It was recognized for the painted body, safe and efficient design, and the capability to stand out. Vespa was brought to the subcontinent in the 1960s and grabbed massive attention.

Truck Art and Vespa

The trucks were brought to the subcontinent in the early 1900s and were properly adopted by Sikhs. Trucks have become a significant part of Pakistani transportation and local art. These vehicles carry almost 71.3% of goods transported overland.

Truck art Vespa

In the earlier days, these were decorated from the rear, but over time drivers started decorating and painting their busses, lorries, and trucks with vibrant colors. Karachi is the economic hub and the starting point for these trucks and known as the centre of the truck in Pakistan. Lahore, Peshawar, Swat, Quetta, and Rawalpindi are the other significant points of this fantastic art.
In Pakistan, truck art has been through different stages over the past few decades. They’ve been designed in floral patterns, caricatures, and life lessons; trucks have been observed painted with famous figures, General Ayyub Khan was the first politician to be painted on these vehicles. This art took a notable turn in the 1970s-80s, when Pakistani Films were getting their hype, the bright and loud film posters, inspired artists like Hajji Hussain and Kafeel Bhai to make the truck art more vivid, vibrant and animated which was a game-changer. In recent years, this art has become so famous that many brands chose to put these patterns on their items that include dresses, shoes, and handbags. Sakafat Forever believes in taking the culture game one step ahead, and this time, it’s accelerated with this exclusive idea of painting and decorating old Vespas with truck art.

SAKAFAT FOREVER Vespas

Sakafat is creating a merger of classical art and technology this time by introducing these old Vespas having classic truck art on them. This task has been accomplished by a team of Sakafat instructors and some talented artists from Lahore. The scooters are a perfect grab if you’re looking for some antique and fabulous product for your decors.

How do these Vespas look?

From front to rear, these old vehicles show vibrant shades, customs, earth-ness, enriched soil and energetic soul that depicts Pakistan in detail. Sakafat Forever did its best in turning a machine into a symbol of Pakistani Culture. The purpose of transforming this western machine into an eastern symbol is to give a peace gesture internationally. So either you need a folkloric décor product, or you’re a rider who loves his country, this Sakafat Vespa is for you.

From front to rear, these old vehicles show vibrant shades, customs, earth-ness, enriched soil and energetic soul that depicts Pakistan in detail. Sakafat Forever did its best in turning a machine into a symbol of Pakistani Culture. The purpose of transforming this western machine into an eastern symbol is to give a peace gesture internationally. So either you need a folkloric décor product, or you’re a rider who loves his country, this Sakafat Vespa is for you.

Why you need this in your life?

With its brilliant colors and class, this old scooter enriched with traditional flavours will brighten up your mood every time you look at it. The truck art intends to keep you connected to your soil and its beauty, also the scooter is enough to give your western décor a classic “Tarka’.

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