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SUPEROLOGY BIKE

Concept Art Bike

A fixed bike that I’ve designed for Superology. The roman brand that mix together art and fashion .The bike style is based on a triple triangle frame, built with triangular aluminium tubes. The geometrical proportion is the leitmotiv of this concept,used to create a sculptural object, nearly metaphysical, in its black and white contrast.
The bike has been featured with the artworks by Lucamaleonte .The roman street artist with his inspiration has brought colours to the Wheels and life to the bike.
This bike is a unique piece, it has been developed exclusively for Superology as manifesto of the next " Biophilia" project and thanks to the touch of Lucamaleonte has to be considered more than a vehicle, an artwork.


Photo by Virginia Vittozzi
the 3d printed screaming horses heads are used to cover a couple of front led lights.
the rear part of the saddle hides a blinking light activated by movement.
the rear part of the saddle hides a blinking light activated by movement.
Most of details have been 3d printed or machined with aluminium or steel, just for Superology Bike
from left to right: the artist Lucamaleonte, and the designer Paolo De Giusti
Most of details have been 3d printed or machined with aluminium or steel, just for Superology Bike
Paolo De Giusti - product designer
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Superology Bike

Concept Art Bike

A fixed bike that I’ve designed for Superology. The roman brand, guided By Vania Borozan, that mix together art and fashion .The bike style is based on a triple triangle frame, built with triangular aluminium tubes. The geometrical proportion is the leitmotiv of this concept,used to create a sculptural object, nearly metaphysical, in its black and white contrast.
The bike has been featured with the artworks by Lucamaleonte .The roman street artist with his inspiration has brought colours to the Wheels and life to the bike.
This bike is a unique piece, it has been developed exclusively for Superology as manifesto of the next " Biophilia" project and thanks to the touch of Lucamaleonte has to be considered more than a vehicle, an artwork.


Photo by Virginia Vittozzi

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Paolo De Giusti
Industrial Designer Olevano Romano, Italy