Moniker Cycle Horns by Taylor Simpson
by Harry / January 18, 2013
Taylor Simpson has created a bicycle handlebar from genuine deer antlers and recycled metal.


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"I originally came up with the concept of Moniker Cycle Horns while participating in the World's Longest Yard Sale on Route 127 in 2010, an event I look forward to do every year." says Simpson.

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"While traveling the sale I found a pair of genuine deer antlers a local man was selling somewhere in Kentucky. As a cyclist I thought it would be clever to create bicycle handlebars made of animal horns and antlers."

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"The final product was eventually put to life as a Package Design assignment for my Fall 2012 Senior Project class with Michael Gerbino at Pratt Institute."

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More at Taylor Simpson Design.

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