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Berlin-based designer Rico Kersten has provided us with a glimpse at what the future of personal air vehicles could look like. His otherworldly concept, dubbed “The Beast,” is in turn a single-pilot “radial fan driven hover-air-bike.”This isn’t Kersten’s first sci-fi-inspired design, however. Rico has produced roughly 16 futuristic concepts over the years.“The Beast” blends the forms of contemporary motorcycle with flying hovercraft, as his renderings acted as an entry for this year’s Allegorithmic contest, “A Road Trip in 2116.” Rico’s hover concept was then judged by a panel of industry professionals as it could potentially serve to inspire manufacturers with future designs.

In short, we could definitely see “The Beast” appearing in an upcoming sci-fi blockbuster. Don’t you think?Someone grab Supreme a bucket, because the brand’s latest collab is leaking all over Instagram – a collaborative Nike Air Max 98.Across two designs, Supreme applies their own touch to this lesser-loved Nike silhouette (which re-released last year), in the form of snakeskin uppers, reflective piping and plenty of Supreme branding on the toe, heel tab and heel. It looks like it’ll be available in two colorways: pearlized white and solid black.

In celebration of Pride month and in support of the LGBTQ community, Nike presents 50 BIKETOWN sneaker bikes wrapped in two new limited edition rainbow colorways. The designs in turn follow the launch of the brand’s 2017 BETRUE collection.The bikes, which feature a white background and half gray background, represent the individuality, diversity and creativity of Portlanders. They will then be ridden by Portland community leaders in Portland’s Pride Parade on June 18, and will continue to roll through the city during Pride month and beyond.Also, be sure to take a look at Nike’s all-new BETRUE Air VaporMax.