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Relax than Drive Designed for a Bus back which totally tells people a benefit of taking a bus. In this design, this girl looks pretty chilled out, listening to music with a beautiful view outside the window. This can attract people who wants to take a break from the regular driving and wants to chill on their way to work or back.
Bus Vs Car In today’s era when nobody got time but fancy cars and all we think about is our comfort and luxury, in that case, we totally forget about the environmental responsibility that is on us. My idea here is to not say that just leave cars at home and start taking buses all the time, but we should at least start taking buses more often than we do because public transport is made for us and creates much less congestion than a lot of cars. In simple words, I just want to convey with my design that 1 bus is equal to 60 less cars on the road. Stop Congestion…start taking Buses!!
International Car free day Every year the world celebrates Car free day on 22nd September. This logo is designed to encourage motorists to give up on their cars for a day and rather walk, ride a bike or take a bus, and give a break to our beautiful planet earth. I played around the icons to make them look like a typeface and solves the purpose of the logo as well.
Take Public Transportation : Save Money – Save the world In one of my bus designs, I compared the average weekly cost of 2 people who go to work for 5 days. It has a huge difference in terms of money. Many people will raise the question on $80 per week for a car driver but they actually forget that it takes a lot of money for car’s maintenance/repair/wof/rego/fuel etc.
I love everything about graphic design. I love to develop something from a scratch. For me, the ideas come from what you see in your everyday life. I see myself as a visual artist who likes to work and experiment with multiple media. I have a penchant for illustration and typography. Designing for print and packaging are my claim to fame. My interests lie in illustration, photography and doodling.