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Thomas Yang Creates Architectural Art Work in an Unexpected Way

 - Nov 14, 2014
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Thomas Yang's architectural art work highlights famous landmarks from around the globe and uses bicycle tire tracks as an illustration tool. The Singapore-based artist's latest poster series is created for 100copies and depicts iconic buildings like Paris landmark The Eiffel Tower, London's London Bridge and New York's Empire State Building.

These architectural art works boast a simple black and white look and are created by dipping one's bicycle tires into black paint. Once illustrated each of these iconic landmarks features the impressions of tire tracks, a detail that actually makes them more realistic and detailed.

When viewed from afar, the tire tracks resemble metal facade elements, structural framing details and even clustered windows that adorn urban towers. Moreover, the posters are set to appeal to seasoned travelers.