LandAid launches London’s first Colour-In Cab to tackle youth homelessness
Property industry charity LandAid is aiming to raise awareness of youth homelessness with the launch of “Colour-in Cab” – London’s first taxi that the public can colour in.
The taxi is completely covered with intricate illustrations of the projects which LandAid support and plays on the increasingly popular trend for adult colouring books as a means of alleviating stress.
The campaign was dreamt up by creative agency Mr. President and designed by iconic designer Steve Edge with illustrations by upcoming artist Clara Bacou.
In an effort to promote the campaign the public are being asked to take a selfie with the Colour-in Cab and post it on social media using the hashtag #ColourInCab.
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The cab will operate in the same way as a regular London cab but is also availabe to hire for corporate events.