Extremely unconventional vehicle designs are on display at The Petersen Automotive Museum.
The establishment is hosting the 'Disruptors' exhibition which seeks to spark creativity in the realms of automotive design, whilst attempting to map the trajectory of the vehicle of the future. What's more, the event harnesses the expertise of creatives outside of the industry, signaling a dedication to interdisciplinary study and a cross-pollination of ideas.
The ultra-futuristic and highly unconventional vehicle designs are by Rem D Koolhaas and Joey Ruiter. While the former puts forth the futuristic ' Lo-Res Car Sculpture,' the latter stuns audiences with the 'Moto Undone' — "a minimalistic city bike stripped of nearly all characteristics of typical motorcycles." Both creatives have backgrounds in the fashion, architecture and industrial design industries.