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Famous Architecture Prints Made From Bicycle Tire Marks

Bicycling is known to make a great hobby, but who knew bicycles could make such great art? Singapore-based creative director Thomas Yang combined his passions for cycling and art in 100 Copies, a poster printing company that creates only 100 copies of each of its designs.

The three pieces featured here were made by coating bike tires with ink, and then rolling them along large sheets of paper. Using several different types and sizes of tires, Yang is able to recreate famous buildings and architecture from around the world, including the London Bridge, Eiffel Tower and Empire State Building.

God Save The Bike

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Bicycle Mon Amour

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The Cyclist’s Empire

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