9 Crafty Way To Get Around

If the art of transportation is a subject that holds your interest, you will love these handcrafted miniatures that celebrate the various modes of transportation that are part and parcel of our lives.

If the art of transportation is a subject that holds your interest, you will love these handcrafted miniatures that celebrate the various modes of transportation that are part and parcel of our lives.

1. WOW RICKSHAW:

Mindboggling wire art from the humble and incredibly skilled Mukesh Jain. You may wish to make it a standout part of your space décor.

 

2. JEEP JOINT:

This iron jeep from Artisans Rose is a very personal MB Military Camo that’s well designed to please the eye and open the mind. Explore.

3. KALA CAR:

A pop art infused impression of car meets jeep meets imagination meets craft meets your fascination is this installation by Artlivo. Get into it.

4. HORSING AROUND:

Charming, romantic, nostalgic, and perhaps even a touch bucolic is this intricate and eye-catching trip down memory lane in a horse cart in brass from Houzzplus. Welcome.

5. AUTO ART:

A make-your-own rickshaw and work of art is this kitschy and unique piece of pop-up art from Sky Goodies that’s pop art and the art of DIY.

6. RIDING CIRCLES:

A provocative work of art is the Artlivo scooter shown here. Designed to resonate with connoisseurs of vintage scooters and aficionados of art that intrigues, you are cordially invited to trip on it.

7. TRUCK IN:

Useful and rugged, like any good beach club truck should be, this vintage green, military finished, accessory and storage point from Artisans Rose is worth having for more reasons than one. http://engrave.in/beach-club-truck-military-green-vintage-finish

8. CYCLE STAND:

Actually, standout cycle is a more apt way to describe the Let’s drive from A Krazy Mug. This sculpted, carved, and coloured objet d’art in wrought iron and deft touches of acrylic hues is an unvarnished joy ride.

9. FUN TRACK:

This is a wooden train made of rubber and sheesham wood. It is by   and will appeal to most kids. It is a non-toxic, elegant, and engaging way to marry art and child’s play. What a hoot!

 

Avinash Subramaniam

Avinash has been an advertising writer, fiction writer, poetry writer, freelance writer and serial wronger. Other roles he has been in include those of an editor, brand builder, and teacher. His interests include advertising, scrabble, body building, chess, cinema, making money, reading, internet culture, cricket, photography. To hear him air his thoughts, follow him on Twitter @armchairexpert.

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