Since it's launch, American transportation company Uber has had its far share of controversy. However, that hasn't deterred it's continued success, and more people than ever are using the service to get around. But have you ever wondered what it's like to actually work for Uber?
Wonder no more, as this Kickstarter (opens in new tab) showcases the experiences of an Uber driver through an illustrated journal. Driver Chris Lin told his experiences to illustrator friend Scott Tuckfield, who spent over 200 hours producing sketches for each tale.
The Kickstarter aims to raise funds for the book '10,000 Rides,' which features the illustrations, comments, conversations and characters Lin encountered along the way. "I don't recommend reading these stories to your kids, unless you want them having nightmares about the complexities of the human kind!" laughs Lin.
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