10 stunning pieces of bike art

06. Bike furniture

Bike art: Andy Gregg

Designer Andy Gregg recycles old bike parts by turning them into chairs, tables and other items of furniture

A former bike mechanic, designer Andy Gregg puts a new spin on old bicycle parts by turning them into stylish sculpture-like furniture. Chairs, tables, barstools and other accessories, Gregg pieces them together using everything from inner tubes, wheels and tyres to chains and gears.

07. Bike typogram

Bike art: Aaron Kuehn

Artist Aaron Kuehn uses strategically placed words to form the entire image of a bicycle

Suckers for cool typography here at Creative Bloq, we love this simple but brilliant bike typogram. Artist Aaron Kuehn created the impressive design, which featured across a centre two-page spread in the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition (LACBC) Bicycle Resource Guide.

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08. SRAM pART project

Bike art: Lewis Tardy

Sculptor Lewis Tardy created this brilliant design using a combination of SRAM's high-performance bike components

SRAM Corporation are a bicycle components manufacturer. Every year, it hosts the pART project, which is all about creating incredible art for a great cause. Provided with a box of 100 SRAM high-performance bike components, the challenge is to make something of it. There's hundreds of amazing designs online, but our favourite was this awesome skater by sculptor Lewis Tardy.

09. Pedalicious

Bike art: Pedalicious

This eye-catching Pedalicious print was designed by illustrator Matthew Fleming back in 2009

Another poster created for Artcrank, this cool concept was developed by designer and illustrator Matthew Fleming. Originally created as a t-shirt design, Fleming coverted the illustration for the bike art exhibition in 2009.

10. Bicycle wall art

This was artist Carson Ting's first stop motion animation of himself painting his studio apartment wall in Vancouver. Using his bike as the centrepiece, Ting took approximately 10 hours to finish the entire illustration.

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