"EcoMoto was a third year studio class, aimed at developing a concept motorbike built around a compressed air powered engine developed by EngineAir Australia. Through the semester we developed an understanding of what motorcycles are, created personas and scenarios to design to, and benchmarked other bikes on the market to develop our package drawings around.
After developing the basic package of our bike design, we had a relatively short period to generate concept drawings, and to develop the form of the bike.…" Click here.
I saw this video the other day and found it pretty inspiring I know its made by a large running company but I think it still keeps the essence of running/simple living anyhow thought it might interest you.
Thanks for your blog/books They are fascinating and inspiring!- Builders of the Pacific Coast is the best book I own and has made me look for a change in work towards traditional carpentry! Anyway heres the link
Keep up the amazing work!
'My parents just retired and moved into the 400 square foot tiny home in my backyard that we built for my grandma who spent her final years there. My brother and my father will keep Tennessee Tiny Homes running here with my crew while I go out west looking for adventure and to grow Tiny Happy Homes.…'”
Tiny Homes On The Move is moving, albeit slowly. Rick has been working over a month, doing Photoshop work on the 1,000+ photos, many of which need resuscitation; on some of these he's performing minor miracles, bringing out lacking color, depth and sharpness…I had a sort of breakthrough Friday when I cancelled a planned kayak adventure to Drake's Estero and stayed here and got the intro and credits pages done, had been putting off for weeks. Now that everything is laid out, we will spend a month or so making corrections, and coming up with a cover.
Half Acre Homestead: I'm doing a presentation on tools Friday here at Commonweal. Click here.