Technically, this Lance Armstrong tricycle painting should be considered masking instead of painting, but it's crazy anyway. Artist Phil Hansen drips paint on the tricycle's tires before riding around the canvas to create this stunning image of Lance Armstrong. It took Hansen about six hours of riding time to fully fill the 138" by 136" canvas with paint.
Hansen took a piece of leftover canvas from the project and created a separate all-yellow piece with the tricycle. He donated a portion of the proceeds from this second canvas to the Lance Armstrong Foundation.
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