Singapore-based designer Thomas Yang creates prints of architectural landmarks using bicycle tire tracks. An avid cyclist, Yang unites his passions for cycling and creative arts by producing one-of-a-kind artwork using only the tires of a bike, which is treated with black pigment along the surface rubbers, transforming the tire into a complex brush. Yang has illustrated China’s Forbidden City, London Bridge, the Eiffel Tower, and the Empire State Building using his bicycle tire brush method as part of his ‘100copies‘ project. Check out more of Thomas Yang’s work here.
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