The Cyclist's Empire Made a New York Print with Tire Tracks

By: Allen Taylor - Mar 18, 2014
References: 100copies.net & coolmaterial
100 Copies, a collection of art prints focused on cycling, created a print of the Empire State Building using tire tracks. The print was made using seven different types of bike tires as paint brushes.

The print was created to celebrate New York's rise as a cycling city. Each print is about 33 x 16.5 inches and is printed on recycled Maple White paper. Each print is a limited Artist Proof run, so each print is unique and signed by the artist.

For fans of cycling, New York, or prints, these are one of the most unique things you'll find combing the three aspects. There's only 20 copies being made so if you want one, you need to act quick!