Beauteous bike art
on March 27, 2009
My friend Chris McNally is an illustrator who lives in San Francisco and loves riding, racing, fixing and collecting bikes. (It’s almost bordering on obsession.) Lately, he has been making these screen prints of vintage bicycles and bicycle parts. They are big, around 15″ x 20″, and really beautiful. You can check out more prints on his website and even buy them at Bicycle Odyssey in Sausalito.
These are a few of my favorites:
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