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Old 03-22-09, 02:15 AM   #1
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IF Mode in new design documentary?

Unfortunately, I missed out on the Austin Tx SXSW music and film festival this year, but having gone a couple years ago, I can say that one of my favorite parts of the event was seeing facinating and often limited-release documentaries before they come out. I was checking out the lineup online when I happened upon the poster for "Objecitfied" which is about functional design.
http://www.objectifiedfilm.com/offic...-sheet-poster/

Ok, so you see the regular bike in the 3rd row. But wait- what is that in the seventh row? It looks to me suspiciously like Mark Sanders' IF Mode! Haven't seen the documentary yet, so I can't say for sure, but I'll definately hope to catch this film if or whenever it makes the rounds.
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Unfortunately, the bike shadow in the poster is a Biomega. For those that came to the Taipei show last week they got to see the real one as me, Mark Sanders and Michael Lin showed it off and talked with many visitors about the details of our design and work. We also go to show off our new international Forum Design Award Gold trophy. Mark also gave a presentation about design that was enjoyed by all that attended.

Hopefully soon there will be more people soon will see more Mode's on the streets in the coming months.

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Unfortunately, the bike shadow in the poster is a Biomega. For those that came to the Taipei show last week they got to see the real one as me, Mark Sanders and Michael Lin showed it off and talked with many visitors about the details of our design and work. We also go to show off our new international Forum Design Award Gold trophy. Mark also gave a presentation about design that was enjoyed by all that attended.

Hopefully soon there will be more people soon will see more Mode's on the streets in the coming months.

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Ryan: When can we expect to see the IF Mode for sale in the U.S.?
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Thanks for the info, I wasn't familiar with that model.
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