Print Made With 7 Different Bicycle Tires

When you on New York City streets, it’s most likely that you spot some cyclists zipping past the car-congested lanes and flawlessly sliding across the city. This scene inspired Thomas Yang, the Singapore Creative Director to create bicycle tires’ print on paper to make up images of iconic high-rise building in New York.  

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Yang who has a great passion in bicycles can amazingly combine that prominent bike culture mixed together with an iconic New York City building. As he limits each of his product, he can reach up to 100 unique copies of such prints.

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Yang’s newest creative concept is The Cyclist’s Empire  where he promotes his passion for speed. In order to produce building’s recognizable shape like the Empire State Building, Yang give ink onto seven different types of bicycle tires so as to roll and print the paper. The result is he can see depiction of a recognizable building in New York.

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As he did it he said about his piece, “To reflect New York’s ever-growing tribe of cyclists—from the daily commuter to the delivery boy.”

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Source: My Modern Met, Thomas Yang, Website

Print Made With 7 Different Bicycle Tires

When you on New York City streets, it’s most likely that you spot some cyclists zipping past the car-congested lanes and flawlessly sliding across the city. This scene inspired Thomas Yang, the Singapore Creative Director to create bicycle tires’ print on paper to make up images of iconic high-rise building in New York.   Continue reading