Done while studying Product Design at Art Center in Pasadena, Drake Dong created this Atlas concept as a delivery e-bike.
Dong envisions Atlas as a grocery delivery vehicle that contains 12 refrigerated compartments. Meant to operate within urban environments, a fleet of these would deploy from a centralized warehouse.
I think the form is freaking gorgeous, and I'm almost irritated that Dong doesn't have an online portfolio I can browse; I'd like to see how he wields his sense of form across a diversity of product categories. The only reason I didn't brand the post "great" or "fantastic" is because I'd like to see a little more research on the practicalities of the delivery system.
Now graduated, Drake is based in the L.A. area.
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Looks like he had some fun with boxcutter in Blender. It’s a bit too boxy for me.