vespalogy: an animated tribute to 70 years of the vespa vespalogy: an animated tribute to 70 years of the vespa
jul 22, 2013

vespalogy: an animated tribute to 70 years of the vespa

vespalogy: an animated look at vespas from 1943-2013

 

 

french creative agency no moon documents the evolution of the vespa from 1943 through to the present day with ‘vespalogy’ — an animated tribute to the world’s most iconic scooter. take a look!

 

 


vespalogy by no moon
video courtesy of no moon

 

via laughing squid

  • I love these. Too bad small wheels are so dangerous.

    Jim

    JimCan says:
  • Jim, what it could be dangerous is the way we drive. I truly love my Vespa 200 GT and I feel safe.

    Carlos says:
  • Does the 2003 version exist? Wondering how we can drive that one 😉

    totonero80 says:
  • Neat! But I sure miss seeing the 3-wheel Vespa with 2 extra stabilizer wheels that is being rented in San Francisco, CA., US.

    Chris Jordan says:

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