Lurid brain-buckets protect your noggin in style's silkscreened (and possibly concept-only) motorcycle helmets are certainly more stylish than the average brain-bucket.

Helmets (via Geekologie)


  1. They do seem like they’re just concepts as the image printed on the melon-helmet doesn’t change as the point of view changes.
    That said, I think a repeated pattern of organ donor consent forms would be good too.

  2. I love how the images highlight the fragility of the head. I bet that car or truck drivers would be more careful around people wearing these helmets.

    1. It looks a little cramped, and it may have been given a little of a frontal lobotomy to fit the design, but the “thumb” (temporal lobe) is pointing anterior. Though I’ve certainly had days when it feels like my brain is on backwards. Agree w/ Sweetcarovan that it might make people notice them more, and heightens the fragility. Though its slightly tempting to get out more of that delicious flesh of the melon.

  3. Man I would love to buy the globe one, they seem just like concepts. please post again or update if there is a way of buying them

  4. Please don’t forget the cerebellum is a useful part of every healthy brain. It is important for coordination, among many other things.

  5. shame they’re not full face helmets. At this size they should really be images of bowls of pudding.

  6. Pretty awesome however whatever they’re applied to needs careful consideration. A lot of the glues used on stickers can damage the plastic on a helmet enough to reduce it’s efficacy (even a 1% drop could still be life/death). However these helmets have no chin/face protection which would personally put me off every time (without my helmets face protection a few years back I would have no face).

    That said there are suitable materials to choose from, just needs to be a consideration.

  7. i would never wear a helmet that didn’t cover my face. road rash on chins and noses tends to destroy the part in question.

  8. I saw the watermelon one on a bike rider in SF on friday. I remember wanting to find one.

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