"Specimen – All typeface is not available for purchase" by Prague-based designers, Kolektiv Studio.
Brasse introduces the 31BLK, the first production mod kit for the popular Kawasaki Ninja250. The 31BLK features twin gullwing headlamps, drag speedometer, rear fender assembly, right and left component/cover panels, and right and left lower fairings with bridging parts. The kit allows you to transform your Ninja250 by simply removing its stock fairings and bolting on the 31BLK—no electrical or mechanical modifications required. The kit also includes an innovative quick-release passenger seat (optional), to go from street fighter to second seat and back again in seconds. When not in use, the passenger seat is stored on the front of the bike by locking in place with a double slam-latch mounting bracket. When it’s time to give someone a lift, simply unlatch, and slide the parallel 13-inch solid steel rods back into the frame and pin-lock in place. The 31BLK Kawasaki Ninja modification kit is now available at Brasse for $1,695 USD.
Can concrete be cozy? You decide.This brutalist cabin Is the ultimate summer architecture destination.
Cabins are the perfect summer retreat, whether in the lush green mountain pastures of Vermont or the deep woods of Minnesota. Their iconic shape and log-based architecture have become synonymous with the American Dream of one day owning an independent little homestead in the wild. We’ve all seen this classic wilderness imagery on maple syrup bottles, in children’s toys, even in cartoons….