stuff we drool about

The Build

Looking to get into the custom motorbike scene? Check out this new book The Build: How the Masters Design Custom Motorcycles, a thorough beginners guide with insights from todays best builders to help you plot out your own beautiful beast. Loaded with photos, The Build features firsthand advice from the masters of moto design, including John Ryland (Classified Moto), Alan Stulberg (Revival Cycles), Jared Johnson (Holiday Customs), Jarrod DelPrado (DP Customs), and the legendary Max Hazan (Hazan Motorworks).

Available for purchase in Europe here




the-build-2.jpg | Image

the-build-3.jpg | Image

the-build-4.jpg | Image

the-build-5.jpg | Image

the-build-6.jpg

LAUNCHPAD MINI | BY NOVATION | Image

LAUNCHPAD MINI | BY NOVATION

Novation have recently released the Launchpad Mini controller, a shrunk down version of their biggest hit, the Launchpad. Portability was the number-one priority, and this new miniature version is aimed at the "iPad generation”, it is powered straight from your iPad or computer, no power supply required. It is compatible with Novation´s Launchpad app as well as Mac/PC installs of Ableton Live and FL Studio. Compact, rugged and lightweight the Launchpad Mini is built...
read more
TILT | HANCOCK CENTER CHICAGO | Image

TILT | HANCOCK CENTER CHICAGO

Chicago´s latest heart racing attraction just opened at more than a thousand feet in the air of the John Hancock Center. Tilt is an eight person glass enclosure that tilts visitors forward for a unique perspective of the citys The Magnificent Mile. Visitors to Chicago will now be able to experience unsurpassable views whilst the platform slowly moves outward to an adventurous angle above the Windy City. That´s if you can stomach it. watch the video of Tilt in action...
read more
DANISH PAVILLION AT WORLD EXPO 2010 SHANGHAI | BY BIG | Image

DANISH PAVILLION AT WORLD EXPO 2010 SHANGHAI | BY BIG

Designed by BIG, the Danish pavilion is designed to give visitors an idea of what it is like to be in a Danish city with cyclists and pedestrians and other integrated sustainable elements such as a harbour bath and a social bench. The Danish exhibition is an unfolded living fairytale book that combines art, images, film, words and sound and invites visitors to try out the Welfairytales themselves. You don’t just read about the city bike, you can ride it....
read more