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Andreas Scheiger Uses Old Findings to Create Bike Seat Art

 - Feb 22, 2014
References: glandis & lostateminor
Austrian designer Andreas Scheiger has a knack for turning old two-wheelers scraps into charming bike seat art.

This project is called ‘Upcycle Fetish’ and Scheiger transforms seats and handlebars into useful hanging racks. Scheiger got this nifty idea over at a local flea market and wanted to create a way to repurpose bicycle parts into something else.

The final project resulted in practical home decor with a vintage rustic feel. These hanging pieces double as wall art, possessing a bull-like feature to it. They can be hung individually or together in a small collection to create a useful wall with a Texas-vibe in home decor. While Scheiger sells these pieces on his site, he also provided how-to instructions for creating your own personalized masterpiece.