23 March 2009
Bakotoy the Humble
Name and description, in the cut-out stickers typical of public transportation art.
Funny and public use of adjective to accompany this Sagada tricycle owner's name. Behind the driver seat, on the tarp to protect him from rain or mud, is the typical trike/jeep zodiac art. Below that is a little indication of risk-averse driving style: "I may be slow, but I'm ahead of you, friend."
This design was cut out of black waterproof material and sewn onto a white tarp.
Stickers again, with a missing F and D. And a messed up B.
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