Monday, November 10, 2014

Husqvarna 401 Svart Pilen (Black Arrow)

This one grew on me. I wasn't sure at first but loving the details. Might have to start sketching motos again. 

At any rate, I prefer over the new Ducati Scrambler for sure. I also liked the Duc when I saw it, but that was really due to the concept, not the looks. This has both. Glad that this niche is getting attention. I'm looking forward to more offerings in the future.

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Myata Sketch 1

Have been a big fan of roadsters for a long time. Just a quick sketch of one.

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Ducati's New Scrambler

Probably not a bike I'll ever have the money to need ratio required to actually buy but this bike definitely looks fun! Ducati already has the high end covered, interesting to see attention given to the entry level and less than full race geared riders. I do wear lots of gear though... Oh well.

I try to avoid advertising like this. I know the reality... Once you get past that, it would be endless fun to ride around town every day or get out of town for a day/weekend. Engine is big enough to handle two up and some gear for the weekend!

Also love the fact that attention was given to electrical system adaptability. Having worked on wiring for both of my bikes, I can tell you that it is not fun. Sounds like Ducati are helping with some easier connection points.

Look forward to sitting on it and maybe even a test ride in the future!

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Recommended Article By Craig Hall: The Landscape of Gravity by Kirsi Enkovaara: London Design Festival 2014

Hi Craig Hall,
Your friend, Craig Hall, has recommended the article 'The Landscape of Gravity by Kirsi Enkovaara: London Design Festival 2014' from WGSN Blog.

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Aqua Effects

The Landscape of Gravity by Kirsi Enkovaara: London Design Festival 2014
September 19, 2014 (7:42 pm)
http://www.wgsn.com/blogs/homebuildlife/the-landscape-of-gravity-by-kirsi-enkovaara-london-design-festival-2014

Royal College of Art graduate Kirsi Enkovaara is exhibiting a collection of furniture with swilled colour surfaces at Big Small in East London this week, as part of the London Design Festival 2014.

One of the festival’s highlights for colour, The Landscape of Gravity collection is made by filling each vessel with water, then oil paint, and draining the mixture. The resulting pattern shows the effect of gravity on the colour, as it drags the watery mixture down and out of the vessel.

Homebuildlife subscribers can find more watery inspiration in our emerging materials trend, Aqua Effects.

- Sarah Housley

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Watch 2.0?

Tom Dixon version

MNo.21 Satin Ribbon Ties

Interesting. Don't remember seeing this done before. Not quite like this anyway. Nicely done.


Thursday, March 20, 2014

Timberland Pack Shoe

Found this pic the other day while doing some research. Project I wanted to get to a while back but never made it to the top of my list...

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Gibbs Quadski

Not sure when you would really need this... Doesn't seem like it would do either activity that well. I could be wrong. Doesn't really matter though, at $43,000 there are many more toys to buy!

Wednesday, January 15, 2014