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The meeting point of art and engines marks the birth of the …BMW K101

A two-person project to transform the 1985 BMW K100 into two unique motorbikes, straddling the different sectors of art and bike customisation.

Posted by Interdema | May 17th, 2016
The meeting point of art and engines marks the birth of the …BMW K101
BMW K101 Gatermann

Starting from the 1985 BMW K100, Philipp Wulk and Matthias Pittner from the German Impuls workshop have created two models that are very special in terms of aesthetics and features.

Working in close collaboration with the artists Fabian Gatermann and Matthias Edlinger, with the aim of making two widely differing motor bikes, with two distinct moods, but equally attractive.

The K101 “Gatermann”, made in collaboration with the artist of that name, in fact features a minimalist, technological approach; while for the K101 “Edlinger”, the artist approached the design with irony and grace, with the well-known pin-up illustrations typical of motorbike tradition decomposed and glued all along the body of the bike. Two bikes, two unique outcomes breaking the boundaries of the world of engines in order to enter the world of fashion, taste and art.

The meeting point of art and engines marks the birth of the …BMW K101
BMW K101 Gatermann
The meeting point of art and engines marks the birth of the …BMW K101
BMW K101 Gatermann
The meeting point of art and engines marks the birth of the …BMW K101
BMW K101 Edlinger
The meeting point of art and engines marks the birth of the …BMW K101
BMW K101 Edlinger
The meeting point of art and engines marks the birth of the …BMW K101
BMW K101 Edlinger
The meeting point of art and engines marks the birth of the …BMW K101
BMW K101 Edlinger
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