Archive for February, 2010
Mainstream culture is adopting bicycles as the new fashion accessory, as can be seen in a host of Fashion Advertisements that have been published in the last year. They may not always promote cycling in the safest manner, but they do promote cycling to a (potentially) new audience, which is good! I am going to start […]
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Tags: ad, Advertising, bags, be stupid. deisel, Bikes, cherie, Cycling, fashion, lacoste, miss dior, models, perfume, radley, summer, un peu d'air
Ellis Gallagher regularly takes trips out to chalk up these shadows in his favourite spots around the city and I love the chalk/ bicycle themed (street) art output. I think it is a great temporary artistic expression and the fact that he likes to use a bicycle for inspiration makes me like it even more.
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Tags: 2010, Art, Bikes, Chalk, cities, Ellis Gallagher, graffiti, leaving your trace, public art, shadow, street art, temporary art
These Hungarian adverts to promote cycling are great fun and certainly made me chuckle. I don’t speak the language, but the second video certainly advocates that cyclists lead more exciting lives!
Filed under: Advertising, Cycling, Films | 3 Comments
Tags: adverts, Cycling, Films, Hungarian bike advert
Sometimes an image says a thousand words and I love this idea for: a. simple private use, just for fun b. To use it for a documentary/ advert in a specific area, with a group of local cyclists involved to highlight how much space could/should be devoted to cyclists! * Rain dependant – it could […]
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Tags: Art, Bike, Chalk, contrail, Design, design 21 brief, innovation, public space, sharing space, streets, studio gelardi, temporary, trace
Bike Buddy is currently on the Refresh Everything , in competition for winning 250k to help them start the motion. I like the idea, particularly where cyclists are currently the minority. I also think the video below demonstrates it quite nicely, if not somewhat simply. In fact it reminds me a little of some groups […]
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Tags: bike buddy