This started as the occasional post about conversions of retired cabs that have been deemed as unfit for purpose by Transport for London.
But I am discovering so many
ingenious ways that have turned redundant vehicles into a useful asset that in all probability this will feature as a regularly monthly post.
[M]egabooth, the longest serving and most recognised photo booth company in the country know a thing about attracting customers. For 10 years they have been introducing innovative photo booth experiences for corporate events, weddings, private parties and retail outlets, creating photo booth installations inside cars: a retro Union Jack Mini Cooper; 1960s flower power Beetle; and the iconic London Taxi.
Megabooth have transformed the traditional indoor photo booth into a social media selfie experience attracting the likes of MTV, News International, River Island, Topshop, Primark, Tesco and Waitrose.
Their ‘Classic Black Taxi Photo Booth’ converted from the iconic London Fairway Black Cab is instantly recognisable. Its interior is rather different from what you might hail on London’s streets. Inside the taxi is retro décor with a chandelier, vintage upholstered seats and a grass-covered interior, with a range powerful SLR’s to take professional quality pictures.
The classically styled black Taxi photo booth can be transformed into a branded taxi for sponsorship or corporate events, having working closely with the likes of Time Out magazine and Ray Ban sunglasses customising their events with their signature black taxi.
If you want something more to brighten up your event they have covered two taxis head to toe in graffiti, which they claim will leave many street graffiti artists red faced as it passes them by.