Little Nutty and Baby Nutty – A Silly Rhyme
And it makes my mom so happy, when I cruise away real snappy. Welcome to the Nutcase bad poetry blog.
It’s the bold and simple graphics of the Little Nutty Ladybug and Little Nutty Bumblebee that catches kids’ eyes. And sometimes, that lovely fascination with the animal kingdom that kids are just discovering. ”I picked the Bumblebee because I like to ride around and pretend I’m a nice honey bee,” says Iris McKeever, four. ”I don’t like yellow jackets, only the nice honey bees. They make me laugh.”
We feel it’s about time to start whetting your appetite by giving you a tiny sneak peak of what’s new for Eurobike 2015 from Nutcase.
First and foremost will be the next iteration of our Unframed fresh-art-on-fresh-helmets campaign. We will have two booths at Eurobike – one to show off our new products (see below for details), and the other to showcase our three international artists making live art daily all three days of the show.
Not only are two of our best-selling Nutcase Street designs – the Fly Boy and the Americana – now 15% off. We’re also taking 15 percent off the Little Nutty helmets Silver Fly and Speedstar. And don’t forget our streamlined, summer-friendly Metroride – the American Dream gets 20% off, as does the Moto version of Americana.
With our first wave of Baby Nutty designs you can clearly see the Nutcase aesthetic: the Nutty Swirl follows in a long line of great swirling helmet designs we’ve done; the Outer Space plays off our founder Michael’s powerful obsession with kitschy science fiction; and Petal Power isn’t just cute, it’s one in a long line of Hawaiian-inspired flower designs.
”Pink isn’t easy to do right,” says Nutcase founder Michael Morrow. ”In fact pink and red are both hard to find the right shade and the right intensity.” But we also have a thing with pink. And our thing is, sometimes it’s just the perfect spring-to-summer color. So when we started thinking about the Daisy…