Vespa Now Takes Pictures
Four wheels move the body
Two wheels move the soul
Oops! This is a wheel-free Vespa.
With the purpose to translate the “timeless qualities of the Vespa brand”, Rotimi Solola and Cait Miklasz have created a gorgeous Vespa Camera Concept that is inspired by the retro charm of the Italian scooter.
Unlike other normal compact cameras, this concept is reminiscent of the Vespa Heritage. The two designers eventually chose a very subtle blue color, which is well-known as one of Vespa’s characteristics. As a compact point-and-shoot camera, it features a 3.3-inch LCD touchscreen and a detachable manual zoom lens. The body is designed with beautiful curves which also help to make it easy to hold while giving it a sleek and minimalist good look.
Because “Life is a beautiful ride’’, more than 16 million vespa motor scooters have been made to spread out the happiness of riding a Vespa to the world. The scooters that began as a cheap way to commute in Rome have now become a stylish and sexy icon. It was cheap and reliable. It’s now buzzing through the world’s city streets with a design that exudes Italian charm and styling. Easy to use, easy to hold. But most of all, it’s just fun. Am I talking about the Vespa scooters or this Vespa Camera Concept? I don’t know. But there is one thing that I know for sure: Vespa takes you places, now you can bring them home with you.