by Vladimir Kush
available in two sizes:
74"L x 24"W x 42"H
20"L x 8"W x 14"H
Means of transport have long been such an important part of human existence. He was a genius, so to speak, the one who invented wheels.
Those wheels became not only a necessity of life, but also a means of learning about the world. They helped man to map out continents, to make history with great geographical discoveries, to master the American prairies and to tame wild expanses of Asia.
We live by sensations, and flying (or the desire to be airborne) is a powerful stimulus, bolstering our sense of the high speed of life. Anyone having a flight of fancy knows it feels like taking off. Something usually referred to as "wings sprouting from my back."
The dragonfly steering a motorbike is a metaphor of someone flying through the vast surrounding space and bursting the bounds of the mundane.