Russian Craftsmen Built This Steampunk Trike Inspired By “Joseph Stalin” Locomotive – Design You Trust

Russian Craftsmen Built This Steampunk Trike Inspired By “Joseph Stalin” Locomotive

Steampunk is an art inspired by steam energy of the XIX century. It’s always about metal. Creators of this trike found inspiration in the locomotive “Joseph Stalin”. Unfortunately it’s more an art object than a functional motorcycle. It was made in Saint-Petersburg in a custom shop Asook Customs.

More: Drive2 (ru) h/t: englishrussia

The front part of the trike repeats the contours of the locomotive. And the wheels with five-pointed stars are rather cool.

But the trike does not have a handle bar but has vertical hands aside from the fuel tank. But they won’t help to turn the vehicle left or right.

If you want more awesome content, subscribe to 'Oh, Design You Trust,' our brand new Facebook page! Trust me, you won't be disappointed.

More Inspiring Stories

Anti-Surveillance Fashion Designed To Trigger And Inject Junk Data In To Automated License Plate Readers
Candid Photographs Of Alain Delon Encountering Some Pigeons In Piazza San Marco, Venice, 1962
Classic Cars Vs. Their Modern Versions
Stunning Photos Show The Sexy Models Of 1980s Autobuff Magazine
Moscow Visited by Titan the Robot
Electroluminescent Tree by Ian Hobson
Amazon Introduces New Line Of Kindles In New York
Photographer Martin Parr Captured Candid Portraits of British Drivers in 1994
Mechanical Secrets of Moving Gorillas in "King Kong", 1933
Robots at CES 2012: Hard Working, Funny and Dancing
Tiny Church On A Tiny Island In Russia Gets More And More Beautiful Each Season
Explorer’s Stunning Photographs of The Arctic Sun from 100 Years Ago
Amazing Vintage Photographs Of Cat's Meat Sellers In London In The Early 20th Century
Over 90 Million Plastic Balls To Protect The City Of Los Angeles
35 Rare Photos of the Construction of the Titanic
A Gallery of Amazing Vintage Photos of Ferraris in the 1970s
Artist Makes Evergreen Plants That Glow In The Dark
The Magdeburg Unicorn: The Worst Fossil Reconstruction Ever
No One Knows Who Took These Superb Hand-Colored Albumen Prints Of Japan In The 1890s
Inuits from Remote Russia Get Used to being Photographed for the Very First Time
We’ll Live Till Monday: The Superb Contermporary Oil Paintings By Andrey Shatilov
GCDS 2021 Calendar Viva L'Italia by Nadia Lee Cohen
Dutch Engineering Student Created Incredible Exoskeletal Mechanical Dinosaur Costume
Stunning Vintage Photographs of San Francisco’s Sky Tram, 1955-1961