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And Now, a Message from the Future of Transportation.

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Hornet 1

Hornet 1

Unicycles have a history of looking silly. That’s probably because they’re fundamentally so.

But this… this… I… I almost have to excuse myself to go weep.

This no-nonsense exercise in TOTALLY AWESOME THINGS THAT RULE is the brainchild of designer Liam Ferguson. And by Thor’s hammer, what a brainchild.

‘The Hornet’ Is controlled by the same gyroscopic systems used in Segways. (I can hear you snickering. Stop that.) This baby can literally turn in place, and is hydrogen-powered, so it’s as green as your friends will be as you ride down the street looking like you fell out of the g*dd*mn Matrix.

Have some more pictures, because this svelte little number is too sexy not to show off from every angle.

Hornet 2

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Hornet 5

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Ty Dunitz Ty is an illustrator who stays up too late and must wear glasses. You can follow him on Twitter if you want to (@glitchritual), but he's just gonna throw your stupid PR crap in the garbage, so don't email him.

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2 Replies to “And Now, a Message from the Future of Transportation.”

  1. I think this is a great post. One thing that I find the most helpful is number five. Sometimes when I write, I just let the flow of the words and information come out so much that I loose the purpose. It’s only after editing when I realize what I’ve done. There’s defiantly a lot of great tips here I’m going to try to be more aware of.

  2. I’m going to coat-tail on what “Very Evolved” said… The way you connect to your audience is… Know who you are writing to. You need to pick a Target Audience and stick to them. You wouldn’t write to an audience of 14yr olds the same way you would write to an audience of 60yr olds.

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