Category Archives: illustration
NYC’s John Campo posted this on his Facebook yesterday and I had to share it. These Keith-Haring designed City Cycles jerseys have always been my favorite. A pristine example of less is more with no visible sponsor logos, or flashy colors. Just white space with an original Haring illustration.
It seems some of the original City Cycles members have gotten back together, formed a Facebook Group and have made commemorative t-shirts. I’m not sure when or if they’ll be selling to the public, but I felt like it was worth the share, regardless.
When I posted this Mike Jandora graphic a few weeks back, people kept saying they wanted it on a shirt. Well, Surly actually did make a shirt from the illustration a while back and now they’ve got a re-issue in stock, along with a women’s version.
Head to your local Surly dealer to order!
I love the look of old technical drawings by Rebour, yet I can appreciate modern day, playful takes on the art. Here’s a Campagnolo Cassette Flower by Velo Vintage. See more of their work at Etsy.
Frame bag, trucker hat, third bottle cage… Yep, Mike Jandora’s illustration for the latest Surly blog entry is spot on.
The man behind Mudfoot, those Stinner bikes and all kinds of rad stuff has a pretty kick-ass Tumblr. You should check it out!
Amen, Kris. Scoop up one of these posters at 44 Bikes’ web shop.
Praise the Necronomicog!
I forgot to point out in that last Poler entry the launch of their new Campvibes Communique and this rad painting from an artist whose name escapes me. The quarterly document is 10″ x 12.5″ and is filled with stories, recipes and maybe even some cycling content in the future.
Now, back to this knolling illustration, who’s got a link to the artist’s site?
Gabriele Benvenuti’s Merckx illustrations make the cannibal look like Superman. Although I suppose he wasn’t that far off. Check out more at Gabriele’s portfolio site.
… unfortunately it closed yesterday. I wish Tracko would have told me it was up while I was in town. Luckily for us, the La Luz de Jesus Gallery has an online showcase up, where you can see all the pieces in a decent resolution. So head over if you want to check it out and see a few more below.
To celebrate the Grand Départ 2014 in Yorkshire, Progress Packaging commissioned a group of designers and illustrators to create a series of unique musettes.
Musettes are 300 x 360mm, screen printed black on custom dyed yellow cotton with embroidered tag and internal pocket.
Pick up one at Process Packaging. Personally, I’m feeling the I Love Dust design…