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100Copies Bikemoji Series, communicating emotion through components

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It’s been almost a half a year since we last saw an update in the 100Copies series of artist Thomas Yang. But to make up for lost time, he is releasing four emoji-inspired posters. Yang sees the Bikemoji series of portraits as based on emotions common amongst cyclists like himself. Each expression is created with select bicycle components, and each poster visually depicts the character in a simple and abstract way. Step on past the break for a look at all four, their prices, and availability…

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100Copies often goes with a minimalist style, and these images are a fine example. The 4 designs – GR8, OMG, LOL & WTF – are available individually, as well as in a set of all four. Both are still limited to the 100 copies.

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Each print is hand stamped and individually numbered. We’re on the ball with this one, so it looks like availability is good. The individual posters are going for $75 a piece,  with the set of four for $280. Head on over to 100Copies.net to get yours.

 

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Heffe
Heffe
7 years ago

I could see these going for 75¢ apiece – or to name one of his prints, “WTF”.

Whiskey t. foxtrot
Whiskey t. foxtrot
7 years ago

no. just no.

anonymous
anonymous
7 years ago

Nope. The tire prints were neat. This is just dumb (art is subjective, but if you think these are print worthy pieces, you are subjectively dumb)

Unravelled
Unravelled
7 years ago

Sometimes you hit and sometimes you miss…by a mile….

Btw what’s with the pop up spam hijacking the page? I come to the site, click a link and get redirected to spam telling me I won an iPad….

Antipodean_eleven
7 years ago

Now now, stop being such haters. As they say those who can’t become critics…

Pedro
Pedro
7 years ago

Another hipster poser with a man bun…

Matti
Matti
7 years ago

I find these shallow and pedantic.

anonymous
anonymous
7 years ago

“The art of simplicity is a puzzle of complexity” The artist has cleverly used different parts of a bicycle to form different kinds of facial emotions. It has somehow portray a very sleek and clean design… Awesome!

Sassafrass
Sassafrass
7 years ago

These are neat, but if you have a parts bin, a decent camera, and access to *insert favorite office supply store* you could do it for quite a bit less, and it would be your own. Still, it takes talent to look at a bunch of bike parts and see these. So, while I won’t be buying one, 1000 Copies has at least given some inspiration.

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