Artist uses bike tire tracks to create stunning works of art
Thomas Yang is a Singaporean artist who has done the unthinkable, using bike tire tracks to create masterful renditions of famous landmarks. The ingenious artist is the creative director at DDB Singapore and has used bicycle tire tracks to recreate landmarks in Paris, New York, England, and China.
Yang has been able to seamlessly combine cycling and art to construct these immaculate pieces in the "Tyre Tracks Series." The first photo below shows the artist's meticulous process of painting the bike tire then carefully applying it to the paper to create the landmark.
Only 100 copies are available for each print, and they can be purchased at the 100 Copies website. These prints have been wildly popular and are currently in their second round of printing. The price for the set of four tire track prints is $360.
Eiffel Tower, France
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Empire State Building, New York City
Tower Bridge, England
Forbidden City, China