Development of my bag prototypes
These are a couple of prototypes for a bike bag I’m making.
As part my research into cycling for the Oakley brief I decided to cycle more and document my observations. It was a nice sunny day, but it was windy, I made the following observations; ▪ The strong wind can push you about a bit, your clothes can make a difference ▪ You often don’t hear Traffic till it’s passed you ▪ I went to the shops and bought a few things carrying them my rucksack was not as tiring as when walking ▪ Despite the wind my rain-jacket shield me from the cold ▪ My legs felt the strain the most
A few thoughts on Velo: Bicycle Culture and Design
Velo was a really well illustrated book on the culture and designs of the cycling movement. The book featured some great projects, some of my favorites included; Aeolian Ride an interesting design project supporting bike lovers in the city. Formpasch a product that beautifully combines a Bike Pump with a Light. Last but not least Uncommon Projects did interesting research into a data sharing on a bike. I would definitely recommend the book to anyone how is interested in cycling its defiantly worth a look at. Source: Velo: Bicycle Culture and Design [Robert Klanten (Author, Editor), S. Ehmann (Editor)]
A bottle I lit up with LED’s ( quite festive)
This is my attempt at making a massive sticker for fun, of my logo!
Rain drops through the blinds