The 3D world takes on a reality of its own with the Impuls BMW K101. It’s rare these days to see something so gorgeous that it stops you in your tracks and I think you’ll agree that the Impuls BMW K101 is a true work of rolling art. Based on the 1985 BMW k100, the bike’s design is a rework of how traditional bikes are built, from the custom manufactured parts all the way to its appearance. Builders Philipp Wulk and Marrhias Pittner of Impuls had a flash of genius by bringing aboard artist Fabian Gatermann, creating an instant classic that would fit right at home with the iconic BMW art cars. As fabrication of a motorcycle is a work of art all on its own, Fabian builds upon this with a series manual created polygons that are then interpreted and redrawn by hand back onto the bike. The end result is an impressive mix of 3D modeling that flows wickedly with the many one-off part collection. The BMW k101 is to hard to pass up, redefining what functional art should look and feel like in the 21st century.