Relax without a care
Elegant, languid, and cared for: The concept of the niu Fury is unique and a reminder of the horse racing track, a hop and a skip away. It is the source of inspiration for the extravagant design, the details and the interior. Here you will find jockey styles and polo trends, blended with straight farmhouse design. Beautiful details such as horse lamps, jockey helmets, or ribbon trophies from the race track complete the set up - without ever pushing it into kitsch. The niu Fury will become your race track backdrop and you can lie back and relax, enjoy, and be entertained. There will be applause, of course. For the street art by Krashkid, for example. Within these walls, his impressions of colorful murals, graphic themes, and font displays have brought the racing world to life. Funny, loud, and not at all conventional.
A master of rough edges
Artist and illustrator Caspar David Engstfeld, aka Krashkid, is an equilibrist with a brush, when it comes to the melting of graphics and comics. His works are highly recognizable, especially for their roughly edged characters with exaggerated limbs. By adding typography or objects, his figures combine to tell stories, such as funny anecdotes or sketches. For the niu Fury he has been inspired by horse races and transported the sport into humorous scenes and associations. The posh crowd in the stands, the jockey’s silks, the extravaganza of ladies’ hats, the names of famous horses.
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