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Architectural Landmarks Made With Bicycle Tire Tracks
Singaporean designer Thomas Yang combined two of his passions, cycling and creative arts. Yang created illustrations of architectural landmarks in 4 different cities. Yang only used paint and the tread of bicycle tires to paint these amazing textures onto his canvases. He created China's Forbidden City, the London Bridge, the Eiffel Tower and the Empire State Building.
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Great use of tools stemming from his passion. I think, personally, that the locations are a little boring and I'd like to see him spice it up a bit, but the work itself looks very cool
3 years ago·Reply
This is so impressive!
3 years ago·Reply
@hunahuna I don't know, man. That Forbidden City one was a bit unexpected.
3 years ago·Reply
@danidee I definitely like the forbidden city one a lot, but I'm just caught up wondering what he could do outside of well known architectural landmarks... Idk maybe I'm being too harsh
3 years ago·Reply
@hunahuna No way, you're just encouraging him to push his limits. You should be his manager.
3 years ago·Reply