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Nicholas Hanna Cycles while Creating Liquid Street Art

nicholas hanna cycles creating liquid street art 1   Nicholas Hanna Cycles while Creating Liquid Street Art

Cycling and art together is always a plus, but Nicholas Hanna has a unique twist.

Nicholas Hanna has taken a tricycle and rigged it so it creates liquid Chinese characters on the street as he rides. Shortly after the art is created, it slowly disappears.

Hanna has a computer on the front of the bike which allows you to type characters or words that the bike will deploy. Large water bottles are on the back of the tricycle that holds the liquid.

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Via Weburbanist.

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Juri Zaech Write A Bike

juri zaech write a bike   Juri Zaech Write A Bike

Inspired by retro bicycles and typography, Juri Zaech presents the “Write a Bike”.

The Write a Bike’s, by Juri Zaech, frame spells names out in cursive, going beyond cycling for a true piece of art. Although it looks like a mixture of words, you are still able to read what Zaech designed.

Creative indeed, but one thing we noticed was the lack of a crankset. It is unknown if the Juri Zaech Write A Bike will ever come to the market.

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Fixiehook: Display Your Bike as Art

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Fixiehook is creative art, designed by Thomas Deeprose, that uses old road bikes drop bars to display and hold your bike out of the way.

Deeprose acknowledges the growth of cycling, especially fixed gear bikes. Customizing your fixie defines individuality. This is where the Fixiehook comes in, allowing you to display your bike with ease.

An all white and red/white Fixiehook was made, but we will have to see if it goes into production.

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