One of the most difficult obstacles for an amputee is regaining the feeling of being normal. The problem is unavoidable; their body has become asymmetric, and people will be notice. The prosthetic leg below aims to ease both the physical and emotional transition an amputee goes through after losing the limb.
Through its abstract biomimicry, the prosthetic also becomes an extension of the amputees style and personality. People are going to stare, but rather than staring in discomfort as they might have before, they will look on with admiration, amazement, and maybe even jealousy.
Below: The Ecko Unltd. Prosthetic Leg. Designed for a bicycle messneger/graffiti artist from New York City.