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ReCraft Your Coffee Shop: Wall Art by Niels Bruschke
The three-dimensional wall art, “I feel good today,” is designed by  Niels Bruschke of Santiago Design, who used a Viktor bike from Schindlehauer as the focal point. The wall art is located in  popular morning coffee  ”the erste liebe bar” in Hamburg (erste liebe means first love in German). See More Via TCH—————————————————————————————————Displayed on Recraft | Facebook | Twitter—————————————————————————————————

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ReCraft Your Coffee Shop: Wall Art by Niels Bruschke

The three-dimensional wall art, “I feel good today,” is designed by  Niels Bruschke of Santiago Design, who used a Viktor bike from Schindlehauer as the focal point. The wall art is located in  popular morning coffee  ”the erste liebe bar” in Hamburg (erste liebe means first love in German). See More Via TCH
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ReCraft Your Ride: Flower Bike by WOW Bikes
For W Hotels’ “WOW Bikes,” Ron Arad designs a bespoke bicycle that reimagines the wheel using nothing but curved sprung steel. And anyone who stays at the hotel can ride it. The wheel uses 18 individual strips of steel that are pinned at various tension points to act together as one single unit. “We’ve actually done very little with the material,” Hearst tells Co.Design. “When you bend that steel, the way you pin it, you create natural curves. It’s almost like a flower.” The adjacent “spokes” create an additional shape that your eye naturally wants to fill in.—————————————————————————————————Displayed on Recraft | Facebook | Twitter—————————————————————————————————

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ReCraft Your Ride: Flower Bike by WOW Bikes

For W Hotels’ “WOW Bikes,” Ron Arad designs a bespoke bicycle that reimagines the wheel using nothing but curved sprung steel. And anyone who stays at the hotel can ride it. The wheel uses 18 individual strips of steel that are pinned at various tension points to act together as one single unit. “We’ve actually done very little with the material,” Hearst tells Co.Design. “When you bend that steel, the way you pin it, you create natural curves. It’s almost like a flower.” The adjacent “spokes” create an additional shape that your eye naturally wants to fill in.
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Recraft Your Logos: Honest Logos by Viktor Hertz

How would logos of iconic brands look like when they told you the truth about their products? Graphic designer Viktor Hertz gave a funny twist to a few famous ones. See more of the ‘Honest Logos’ series on his Flickr

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