Mega-cute, mega-meta project from Japanese designer from Yuma Kano up on MyModernMet.
Like traditional bike stands, Kano’s contemporary design is made out of steel and is easily installed with a drill. What sets the On Bicycle Stand apart from others is its aesthetic. Each stand is simplistically shaped like a minimalist, miniature bike. Rendered in black and evocative of a line drawing, the delightful designs double as aesthetically-pleasing public fixtures and as easy-to-identify signage. To add even more character to his creations, Kano has designed 2 styles of the On Bicycle Stand. The first, inspired by a racing bicycle, features curved handlebars. The other—which is based on standard model—features more conventional grips.
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