Posts Tagged ‘Bike As Art’

Let’s just say we are getting into the holiday buying frenzy (much to our dismay). Hey we’ve been entertaining visitors and accompanying them to the Esty Holiday Handmade Cavalcade, the ARCmusic LP sale but that LeSportsac sample sale on 18th St. btw 6th and 7th Ave put us over the edge last night. We hear […]


We’ve been meaning to write about the NYC bike rack design competition for some time now but between the shocking news in Bombay, turkey and Britney’s “Off the Record,” we’ve been full and busy. Oh wait, did we just admit we watched that terrible documentary? Like we said…we’ve been busy.  So bike racks yes! New […]


This past weekend we dragged ourselves out in the 30 degree weather to The Brooklyn Flea for the second time and were pleasently surprised with some of the art venders there…braving frozen toes and all. For those of you who are curious, the Flea takes place every Sunday from 10am to 5pm in Fort Greene […]


In honor of this historic day, we bring back a beautiful photo of an Obama led spoke set. I haven’t been this inspired in a very long time. Yes we can! SpokePOV has been getting a lot of press recently thanks to Aneel’s awe inspiring LED Obama spoke display. [via Aneel on Flickr]. It got […]


What happens to beautiful old bikes that no longer have ridable use? Andy Greg turns them into furniture! We over here at Brooklyn By Bike love ideas that help make the environment a better place and Andy Greg has been designing bike furniture in Michigan since 1990. Need a new table, chair, barstool or lounger? […]


When reading Streetsy’s post “40 Artists You Should Know Besides Banksy,” we found a lonely image at the bottom by bike. It got me thinking about biking as art in itself. Three things come to mind when I think of the intersection of biking and art. The first being that of the bike itself, the […]



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