The Empire State Architecture Made From Bicycle Tire Tracks

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Thomas Yang’s art is simple, minimal, and brilliant. The Singapore-based designer/illustrator couples his artistic talent with his passion for cycling to produce ‘bike print illustrations’ of world famous landmarks with bicycle tire tracks. Yang has since explored three additional landmarks around the world that merge his passion for cycling and architecture landmark including depictions of the Eiffel Tower, the Tower Bridge and China’s Forbidden City. Thomas calls the series ‘100 copies’, because it is limited to, well, 100 prints per piece available on his cyclist-art website 100copies and they quickly sold out. If you love cycling and art, be sure to check out the other art work still available on 100copies and stay tuned to the site for the latest releases.

 

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