Posted on June 18, 2008
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30 responses to “Pakistan’s Indigenous Art of Truck Painting”

  1. Stockapk says:

    i am very much inspired by truck art spicily pathan trucks.

  2. brad parmar says:

    Lot of Fake news! There was No Pakistan when This bloody Painting Started( Fact #1).
    The Desert people did / not Allowed to DepictHeros or other Superhumans( Fact # 2)
    Fact# 3): How did this become Pakistani?. Is it Sindh! or Is it Pastune! or Is it Punjabi! Or Is it Baluchistani?
    They All were Part of non other than Bharat or u want to Call Indus
    ( Hindu).

  3. As a Pakistani Designer, i like truck art
    Nice Collection
    Thanks

  4. Mohsinfancy says:

    I am Pakistani Freelance Designer,, work for last several years. i am very much inspired by truck art..

  5. Americans explore a little about Pakistani truck painting in the summer of 2002 at the Smithsonian Folk life Festival, when Ali and bodywork professional Jamil ud-Din brought a truck from Pakistan’s city Karachi to Washington, D.C. Have a look at The Innovative Trucks of Pakistan Hope you will like it.