Eco Art by Anna Garforth

August 16, 2012

British eco artist/designer Anna Garforth is near famous on the net for her lovely script style moss graffiti, for those not familiar with her other sublimely environmental works – here are a few more…

Wandering Territory was created digitally, printed, scored and “popped out” into a 3d sculpture.

Kusudama Light – from paper to light.

Wild at Heart is made from nothing more than masking tape on a wire fence.

Izhar Gafni from Israel has solved the world fuel shortage crisis in one fell swoop… as long as it doesn’t rain. All the money spent on bike sharing schemes in so many cities around the world, it’d make sense for hotter countries to follow Izhar’s lead. So what if your bike was stolen? Just cut out another one – this one cost Izhar $9 to make!

Whilst I’m writing about bikes (again) do make sure to check out this amazing bendable bike, tie it to a post – and no one will nick it :]

Art You Can Ride

July 29, 2012

Check out these wooden bicycles by Bill Holloway and Mauro Hernandez. Each is hand crafted to perfection in their San Jose workshop. Where humanly possible all wood used by these two master craftsmen is sustainable, recovered or recycled from local suppliers.

 

I’d definitely trade in my 70’s Raleigh Chopper for one of these beauts given half the chance. Love the styling, shape, and well, you know they’ll never rust.

See more two wheeled kinetic art masterpieces at www.WoodBicycle.com.

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