The Degree Project Viggle has won the Global Design Graduate Show 2020 in the category of industrial design

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Rasmus Steyner Randén, who graduated from the form line at Beckmans earlier this year, has won the international design competition Global Design Graduate Show 2020 in the category industrial design for his graduation project Viggle.

Running bike that teaches the smallest cyclist to build and balance

The Wave Bike is a kit with two different variants of handlebars and two different wheel sizes in different exciting colors. It is aimed at children aged 2-4 years and offers a new way to learn about mechanics and balance.

-When we use the body and our hands, the knowledge settles extra well, and the earlier we start, the deeper the knowledge settles. We call it learning by doing. I've lived with two wheels all my life. My thesis is about the first step into the world of bicycles and giving children the opportunity to be involved in creating and then using their own first bike. Here is the first turn for the two-year-old and the kit for the four-year-old, says Rasmus Steyner Randén about the project.

Interview with Rasmus about the project for Arts' Thread.

About Global Design Graduate Show 2020

When graduation exhibitions worldwide were cancelled in the spring due to COVID-19, Arts' Thread, in collaboration with i-D Magazine, initiated its Global Design Graduate Show to give graduate students a platform to showcase their projects. The competition was organized for the first time this year and was open to art and design students from all over the world who graduated 2019-2020.