Taksis (of SouthEast Asia) // a part of the Symmetry Project
The Symmetry Project is my graphical interpretation of how our every-day lives are mirrored around the globe.
A lifetime of exploring our world has helped me realize that all people have the same core needs and responsibilities. They only look different the further I get from home.
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In Taksi, that core need is “getting from here to there.” Specifically, by way of for-hire, non-public transportation.
Within India and SouthEast Asia, there are an incredible variety of taxis. From tuk tuks in Delhi to motos in Saigon, songthaws in Bangkok and rickshaws in Phnom Penh, their drivers all are willing to exchange convenient transportation for money.