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These Iconic Posters and Logos Were Made Using Bicycle Parts

 - Jul 12, 2014
References: graphikdeziner & designtaxi
Using bicycle parts to recreate iconic posters and logos, New York City-based graphic designer Jenny Beatty makes art using junk. For her '100 Days' project, Beatty decided to use old bicycle parts that were likely to end up in junkyards to create iconic posters and logos that are famous for being part of the pop culture phenomena.

The posters, logos and other graphic artworks were made using bicycle parts that she has been collecting over the years. Beatty finally found a way to put them to good use when she worked on one bike design a day for 100 days for her creative project. Aside from the movie and music posters she created, the designer also worked on well-known logos like Apple, Adidas and MTV.