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100Copies Chains Play Tricks on Your Eyes with Cyclemorphosis

100copies #52 Cyclemorphosis, cycling art print
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Thomas Yang’s latest 100Copies art print could solve that ever-present dilemma of what to buy the cyclist who has everything for the holidays. His latest limited edition Cyclemorphosis design brings chains back in a simple black & white print that will have you focusing, and then unfocusing your eyes to bring out the roadie sprinting out of the saddle in the drops…

100Copies #52 – Cyclemorphosis

100copies #52 Cyclemorphosis, cycling art print, complete
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Bike chain links are a perennial feature of Yang’s 100Copies artwork, but this latest design manages to simplify his iconography while simultaneously playing off graphical pop art pointillism.

100copies #52 Cyclemorphosis, cycling art print, details

Cycling can bring about an amazing phenomenon. With your feet on the pedal and fingers on the bar, the same current begins to run through man and metal. Before you know it, the bike is moving intuitively to your intention, and the feeling is incredible. You and your bike has become one.

There is no method to this. It doesn’t even matter what kind of bike you are riding. A child on training wheels can experience it just the same.

100copies #52 Cyclemorphosis, cycling art print, framed

One hundred 840x594mm offset lithographic prints of Cyclemorphosis have been made, numbered & hand stamped on 220gsm recycled Maple Bright paper – suitable for framing. They sell for $100, plus international shipping.

100Copies #52 – Cyclemorphosis

100copies #51 Peleton, cycling art print

Those looking for a bit more color can still find a few remaining copies of print #51: Peloton, too…

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