'spread your love' by hamed kohan   'seoul cycle design' competition shortlisted entry 'spread your love' by hamed kohan   'seoul cycle design' competition shortlisted entry
sep 25, 2010

'spread your love' by hamed kohan 'seoul cycle design' competition shortlisted entry

‘spread your love’ by hamed kohan

‘spread your love’ by hamed kohan from iran is one of the shortlisted design entries from more than 3000 participants in our recent designboom competition, ‘seoul cycle design 2010’, organized in collaboration with seoul design foundation.

the tire design features heart-shaped knobs that create playful tracks on the streets. a series of corresponding bike racks are distributed throughout the city. designer’s own words: ‘simple as love, strong as love.’

tire treads in different colours

corresponding bike racks

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  • the idea is as old as the tire tread

    faskingwhy says:
  • Well done!!!

    A says:
  • Cute.
    But how about designing something that is actually needed.

    Marlon says:
  • Really cute hope to see more! 🙂

    Lily says:
  • Literally very lovely, girls will be early adopters of course.

    Nanoverso says:
  • lovely idea, like it so much

    Cass at Cash Back Stores says:
  • corny…

    EDW says:
  • very cute!

    Lovely Bicycle says:
  • I think you would get better traction with skull and crossbones.

    STI Guy says:
  • Simple,New,Lovely !

    Ehsaan says:
  • When are they going into production?!

    Lisa says:
  • Loved it. Looking forward to buy it for my girlfriend! 😉

    Mohammad says:
  • Marlon, as the Beatles pointed out, all we need IS love.

    DirtyDave says:

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