Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Bucharest, Romania

The Porsche stroller

The Porsche stroller, folded (to fit inside the trunk of our future Porsche).

Eventually someday we'll have a porsche. For now, we have to be happy with this one. But we think it's pretty cool for a stroller..... it even has two brakes (not sure why), convertible, air in the tires, and it can hold up to 100 pounds.

It's amazing the strollers on the market.... McClaren makes strollers. The first line of their website says "McClaren is about Racing." So, I'm sure somewhere there's a "McClaren Club" that has races on the weekends. We saw one in one of the stores the other week called "Mars Attack", and it really looks like you could make the assault on Mars with it. Jeep Wrangler makes a stroller, but it looks alittle more road than off-road. not sure exactly about the "all-terrain" strollers. Anyway, our Porsche is just fine for what we need. Maybe we can find a Porsche now to fit our stroller.


Anonymous said...

That's an interesting twist of your Artistic style. Whats up with Strollers from Landscape Architectures.

John said...

Hey Shree... well, I guess they're part of the landscape.....for sure they're part of my landscape. Diana's pregnant now, due in end of July, so we'll be seeing strollers for the next few years. Also, from my perspective, Porsche makes great design. Strollers are shelter, so I guess that counts as a kind of architecture. Anyway, it's a cool design that folds up pretty compact. Lately, I was doing sketches of buildings here for a while, and I've been thinking some of the sketches have been kind of boring compositions... they use too much the "rule of thirds" idea, and tend to be kind of flat. I was thinking of some detail to sketch for a more interesting composition, and my "high-design" stroller was sitting there begging to be sketched, so there you go. :-) Anyway, thanks for the comment.... long time no see.