Vibrazioni Motorcycle Art Design
News Desk, via Silodrome Gasoline Culture (@ silodrome.com)
Vibrazioni Art Design is an Italian design boutique started by Alberto Dassasso and Riccardo Zanobin. They specialize in creating unique metal-worked furniture and motorcycles. Each piece has been crafted from old 44 gallon oil barrels. A signature feature of the Vibrazioni bikes is that they incorporate the oil company logos from the barrels into the bikes.
“The Ducati 749 you see here is the work of Vibrazioni Art Design, a boutique design house started by Alberto Dassasso and Riccardo Zanobini – two Italians with a penchant for recycling old oil barrels into handmade furniture and occasionally handbuilt motorcycles.”
“When Vibrazioni got their hands on a Ducati 749 it was always going to result in something a little unusual. As an Italian design house the team at Vibrazioni have a special connection with their fellow countrymen at Ducati, though their interpretation is unlike anything you’re likely to see rolling out of the official factory in Bologna.”
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