Posts Tagged ‘bike’
Kevin Cyr’s work explores aspects of housing, mobility and autonomy. He does so by creating these living units/shelters adding on everyday objects such as bicycles and shopping karts, which he later utilizes himself, documents, and eventually paints in the form of still lifes. Read the rest of this entry »
This is a project I did in 2005 (as part of the A.T.A.R.I. Collective) in Bloomington, Indiana. In essence, thirteen of us fixed our bikes with grills, baskets, and large buckets of paint (with a hose and nozzle attached to them, allowing us open/close it at our own will) and rode around dripping colorful paint around the streets of Bloomington… When re-tracing the streaks of paint on a map, a large drawing of Pacman emerges, well on its way to eat Indiana University’s campus.
The Baubike was conceived by Danish designer Michael Ubbesen Jakobsen and was presented at this year’s DMY Berlin Design Festival. The bike itself was built around the shapes of the square and the equilateral triangle, which results in a clean and sleek shape. In addition, if this wasn’t enough, it gives the option to add on an extra seat and carrier. Needless to say, I want one baaaaad.