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One unexpected ‘paintbrush’ was used in this limited edition unique artwork of the Empire State Building, it was painted using bicycle tyre tracks. Thomas Yang designed this one-of-a-kind print called The Cyclist’s Empire.

You could get this limited edition print at 100 copies. Last time we checked there are only 11 copies left!.

A celebration of New York’s rise as a cycling city. 7 different types of bicycle tyre tracks were used to create the Empire State Building, to reflect New York’s ever-growing tribe of cyclists – from the daily commuter to the delivery boy.

All of the products you see here are limited to, as the name suggests, 100 copies. Each piece of work will be stamped and labeled with the edition number. As such, no two copies are ever completely identical.

Cyclist Empire FA bicycle-tyre-tracks-used-to-paint-limited-edition-empire-state-building-art (2) bicycle-tyre-tracks-used-to-paint-limited-edition-empire-state-building-art (3) bicycle-tyre-tracks-used-to-paint-limited-edition-empire-state-building-art (4)

[via 100copiesneatorama]

 

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