Patrick A Razo- Form Beyond Function | CREATURES AND CHARACTERS

Lost Boy lostboyworld.com/ Earth. The Future. Year Unknown. Population: Zero. As featured in the sci-fi film LOSTBOY, this mean-looking motorcycle concept by designer Patrick A Razo is part steampunk and part ultra-futurism! At the center of its S-shaped frame, a sort of ragbag jumble of mechanical parts, seemingly chopped from other machines. On either end, spherical wheels with gecko-grip for precision maneuvering in any direction. This low-slung, no-frills bad boy isn’t for the faint of heart! LOSTBOY motorcycle This is the  final version of LB-378’s motorcycle for the LOSTBOY film.…

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Ducati Teams With Diesel to Produce Post-Apocalyptic Diavel

Ducati Teams With Diesel to Produce Post-Apocalyptic Diavel Ducati and Diesel open an important new chapter in their partnership with the exclusive Ducati Diavel Diesel, a unique bike that seamlessly combines elements of the past and the future. The Ducati Diavel Diesel is the result of a collaboration between Andrea Rosso, the Creative Director of Diesel Licenses, and the Ducati Design Center. The inspiration for their work is an imaginary post-apocalyptic and retro-futuristic world with a hyperkinetic vitality.        

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Spears, knives and swords to be allowed in public places across Texas in September

Knives will be allowed in most public places come Sept. 1 now that Gov. Abbott has signed House Bill 1935. Currently, carrying certain weapons is illegal, including Bowie knives, double-edged knives, push daggers and blades longer than five and a half inches. Under the new law, all knives, swords and even spears are allowed in public places like parks, malls and restaurants. Some locations are still off limits, including bars that make most of their money on alcohol. People also can’t carry at sporting events, jails, hospitals, amusement parks and…

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