Go, Go, Go

After moving to Hanoi, graphic designer Eisen Bernardo realized how motorbikes were integral to life in Vietnam, not just as a mode of transportation but for running errands. “Every day I see amazing, funny, bizarre things being carried on motorbikes. This is just my way of documenting my favorites. It is kind of metaphorical for me. Like a daily reminder that in life we should put our burdens behind us. Our baggage should not obstruct our vision. No matter how heavy or bulky our loads are, just continue driving!” he says.

For more of Eisen’s “Vietnam sOOperbikes!” illustrations, follow him at www.behance.net/eisenbernard.

Illustrations by Eisen Bernado

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