Thomas Yang's The Cyclist's Empire is the newest cycling-inspired print. The Singaporean creative director runs 100 Copies -- an art studio which only releases 100 copies of all its posters.
The Cyclist's Empire is a tribute to the Empire State Building. Seven types of bicycle tracks were used to create a cycle-made version of the iconic building.
The print captures the essence of New York City by marring a well-known structure with the cyclist lifestyle. This print was meant to celebrate New York's ever-growing cyclist culture from the daily commuter to the delivery boy.
It's the ideal gift for a true New York lover who doesn't want another 'I love NY' t-shirt. You better hurry up and get one as prints are going fast.
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