'horsey' by eungi kim   'seoul cycle design' competition shortlist revealed 'horsey' by eungi kim   'seoul cycle design' competition shortlist revealed
aug 10, 2011

'horsey' by eungi kim 'seoul cycle design' competition shortlist revealed

‘horsey’ by eungi kim

‘horsey’ by eungi kim from korea is one of the shortlisted design entries from more than 3000 participants in our recent designboom competition, ‘seoul cycle design competition 2010‘, organized in collaboration with seoul design foundation.

designer’s own words: ‘horsey’ is an attachable bicycle ornament/accessory which makes one’s bicycle look horsey! the ‘horsey’ package includes wooden ornaments (horsey shape body), metal parts, and screws. the manual is very simple so that anyone can easily arrange it according to one’s needs. through this ‘horsey’ project. I wanted to give a special look to bicycles so that people would care about cycling not only as transportation but also as a lovely pet.

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  • Shouldn’t one wear a bicycle cowboy hat with that?
    Yeeeee-HAW!!!

    Dan says:
  • Wooden ornaments horsey shape body??
    Doesn’t it break easily?

    Jockey says:
  • campy but cute!

    nat says:
  • “Is that a horse? Is that a bike? Nheeeeeeeeeyyyyyyyyy it’s a horsebike!” Can I have one plz?

    Emmatron says:
  • I want a dragon….

    jonny says:
  • great to hang stuff on it

    marcelo says:
  • Niiiiice!!!!!

    roem says:
  • very interesting, but they lost a nice chance to take advantage of it, ie: the tail of the horse could have been a mud-guard, so you don´t get the typical line of mud up your back on rainy days. Or fashion some sort of basket on the head….

    Still, very eye catching, nice.

    Juan says:
  • Can this be purchased anywhere?

    clickbang says:
  • Var Kan man Köpa This Horsey ? JAG bor i Sverige .

    http://dahlarna.blogg.se says:
  • i like her shirt

    Darren says:
  • I like this.

    cleopatra says:
  • Where I can buy that chevrolet bike?

    me says:
  • can i buy this? I MUST BUY THIS

    FAEFOLK says:
  • Haha! They should extend the “ear” and make it a UNICORN bike!

    Unicycle says:
  • how cool if there were LEDs in the silhouette that glowed when you peddled esp for night visibilty…

    natty says:
  • Hola, mi nombre es karla, soy de chile, donde la puedo encontrar, es realmente hermosa, si alguien me puede ayudar porfavor, se lo agradecería mucho.

    Karla says:
  • I want one! Will they ever be available for purchase?

    Allison says:
  • Do you have horses. How can I order one, or two?

    Deanne says:
  • Is it possiblw to buy a horsey bike kit???

    Benedetta says:
  • Where can I buy a horsey bike kit or how can I order one? I havent seen a response to this question on this site, is it a personal response? I hope I hear something I have been looking for awhile.

    Jean says:

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