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Every year, the bike industry throws an epic, sprawling party known as Interbike., where manufacturers come to show off next year’s must-have gear. This year, they’ve asked ARTCRANK to join the party. So they’re planning a poster party for bike people like no other, featuring a roster of artists from across the country and — [...]Continue Reading
I’m thinking of selling this print soon and I’m wondering what the take up would be. If you’d be interested in buying a copy, send me an email on firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment. Artwork Details: Title: I Ride Because Dimensions: 50cm x 70cm Digital Full Colour CMYK on 200 gsm Semi Gloss art paper. [...]Continue Reading
London cycle shop Push has launched a rather excellent art club selling cycling themed posters. Starting from December 11, Push will be selling original screenprinted posters in editions of 30 at £30 each. Half of the profits will go to the artist and half will go to the Brain Tumour Trust. They are open for [...]Continue Reading
I haven’t quite worked out if this is actually available for purchase or if it was just a once off! Very cool nonetheless and it looks excellent. I would give a lot to have this on my coffee table… Excerpt from preface: “This year marks the one hundredth anniversary of the two machines that have [...]Continue Reading
Will Manville makes some very nice bike art. I recommend keeping a lookout for him and his work. His bio says: Born in 1988 and originally from the San Fernando valley in Los Angeles California. Will Manville is a graduate at the California College of the Arts in San Francisco. His main focus are monotypes, [...]Continue Reading
I’m not sure how I actually came across James Straffon, but when he’s linked with Paul Smith and doing exhibitions in Heathrow’s Terminal 5, then you know he’s talented and well connected. You’re all probably thinking, yes of course I’ve heard of him, why haven’t you? Yes yes, I’m getting there. He was also at [...]Continue Reading
Bespoke: The Handbuilt Bicycle displays the designs of six internationally renowned bicycle builders whose work in metal, as well as graphics and artifacts, elucidate this refined, intricate and deeply individual craft. Organized by Michael Maharam, owner of the eponymous textile company and an avid bicycle collector, along with master builder Sacha White of Vanilla Bicycles [...]Continue Reading