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Lucas Grogan editioned Squiggy E-Bike
A collaboration with one of Australia’s most exciting artists and zeitgeist art director Abigail Crompton and the Third Drawer Down Studio.
Limited edition, highly collectable.
Fork to Frame
... in Grogan, wrapped in ‘Too Posh to Push’ livery with a ‘that’s hot’ Dead Posh Mole stem badge up front. Lucas approached the Squiggy collab with the humour he is famous for and decided Squiggy is too posh to push.
The dead posh mole
... reference makes us laugh, it’s true you feel dead posh rolling around on the Lucas creation. It’s a new spin on street art like only Lucas Grogan can pull off. Irreverent with depth and a nod to popular culture.
The Grogan is
... limited edition, built on the Squiggy J.R. model platform, retailing at $4,500.00. Lucas has also designed the stem badge for every Squiggy so there is a little bit of Lucas up front on every Squiggy ride.
Take me for a spin:
About the Artist
Lucas Grogan is an Australian art school drop out whose practice spans painting, murals and textiles. Exhibiting throughout Australia and internationally, Grogan’s work captures his despondent yet humorous personality in a refreshing and down to earth way. Lucas’ work can be seen on the street, in galleries and private collections. Lucas Grogan is a force of nature.
At its most practical, Squiggy is an electric micro transport company. Self propelled motion with the advantage of class leading electric technology. Squiggy serves to increase our individual roaming range without the need for a car or state based transport.
Spiritually speaking, Squiggy is an alternative take on movement and the world. Working to create and grow individual freedoms through motion. Offering an individual transport opportunity to foster a wider sense of community and togetherness. Some say Squiggy can be described as a feeling, a vibe, a positive attitude.
... and world peace
Ride a Squiggy for the excitement of it or the practicality, both are within reach. And just maybe if we are all a little bit more Squiggy, the world has a better chance.