Josh Hadar first found notoriety working out of his small, standalone studio on Broome Street in Soho. He took found steel, then bending, welding and polishing it, he created some of the most striking pieces of art on wheels this City has seen. Theses bikes and trikes are not only exquisite to look at, but fun to ride and surprisingly practical for dense urban living. They're not "hogs" like a Harley… what motorcycle has a solar charged battery that silently powers it to speeds of 45 mph? No, these were a new breed—something the likes of which noone had seen. From a distance they are other-wordly, like an H.R. Giger lifeform gliding down the street. Up close, the size, detail,
Josh's art is not only a visual statement, but an environmental one. It advances the notion that the metropolitan lifestyle can be sustainable by responsibly fusing technology and art.