The idea behind this design was to choose an animal and incorporate its features in a product. The animal that was picked was a snake, The king cobra, because of the distinctive shape of its extended neck and its elegant form. The cobra's curved shape was used as an inspiration for the fork of the bicycle. In order for the product to be more complete, the rest of the elements that are used to make a bicycle were also thought of. For further implement of animal features, the LED diodes are put inside of the fork tubes, resembling the snake eyes. The LED diodes lighten the way in front of the rider. There is also the red colored rear light, equally important for the traffic safety at night. The handlebars and the seat are covered with the imitation of snakeskin. The color palette was chosen to be in accord with the name – The king cobra: the yellow that symbolizes the gold of the king's crown combined with the black that represents the snake's eyes and the danger it embodies. The project was conceived in 2007.
...with some of whom he continued to do business. As a part of his faculty studies, he attended graphic design classes where he had a chance to get to know the basics of graphic design, and then continued learning independently, further deepening that knowledge.
He has proven himself successful in areas such as product design, graphic design, web design, identities and logo design as well as branding product and interior.
He is familiar with art skills such as drawing, painting, sketching, constructing models (hand modeling), illustration, photography…
He uses 3D programs such as 3D Rhinoceros, Gemvision Matrix, T-Splines for Rhino, V-Ray for Rhino, V-Ray for Max, KeyShot 2-3, and 2D programs Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, After Effects.
He is a team player and is always eager to learn something new.