100 Copies always embodies cycling through playful and creative prints, limited to a run of 100. Their latest print, entitled Wheee!, is an abstract representation of mountain biking. A print will set you back $90. See more information at 100 Copies.
You can fall behind. Give in. Break.
Or you can step up. Give it your all. And breakaway.
Biding your time, till you know it’s your time.
To leave all the other riders, all the crowds and all the doubt behind.
To leave all you’ve got on the track, with nothing left to give.
To bring cold strategy and fiery boldness together in one pure moment.
Anyone can break. But not everyone can breakaway.
That latest print from 100 Copies is now in stock.
100 Copies’ latest poster is a fundraiser for the people of Indonesia:
“Indonesia has been hit by yet another deadly earthquake and tsunami – this time in Sulawesi. Once again, countless lives have been taken, homes broken and hopes crushed for the people left behind. This heart-wrenching disaster came barely 2 months after a series of massive quakes struck Lombok and Bali.
We want to do what we can to help the people build back their lives. This poster is designed to resemble the flag of Indonesia with hope that the people of Indonesia will be able to ride above this devastation. ”
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The latest from limited edition poster brand, 100 Copies, beckons us to keep our heads up and always looking forward. These posters are printed on archival paper, individually numbered, and already almost halfway sold out, so if you have a connection with this design, head to 100 Copies to pick one up.
The latest from 100 Copies evokes the emotions of riding in mountains. Sealed or dirt, it’s never easy, but the rewards are just a few more cranks ahead. See more of this beautiful print, now for sale in limited quantities – 100 to be exact – at 100 Copies!
Here’s the latest poster from 100 Copies, entitled Going Solo:
“This artwork celebrates the sweet solitude of cycling solo. That feeling when your bike, body and mind flow at one with your surroundings. The figure of a lone cyclist is created using a single, continuous brush stroke, similar to the one-stroke technique used in Chinese calligraphy”
There are still prints in stock now at 100 Copies.
Light the Night is the newest poster from 100 Copies, inspired by that time from dusk to dawn where even our most familiar roads and trails become new. Pick up a print at 100 Copies.
We can’t get these posters up on the site before they sell out. At least that was the case with the original prints of this design by 100 Copies. The Tree of Joy sold out so fast that they felt compelled to sell some artist proofs of the design. Head to 100 Copies now to see more details.
100 Copies has some great new designs up for sale, featuring this “… Life Behind Bars” poster. As always, each design is limited to 100 prints, so head over fast if you’re interested in picking one up!
Yes. You read that right: “Bikemoji.”
100 Copies took some of our favorite emojis and made them out of common bike parts. A series of 4 designs, Bikemoji is available individually as well as a set of four. Both are limited to, as the name suggests, 100 copies and is stamped / labeled with a unique edition number.
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100 Copies’ 26th run of their cycling-inspired, limited prints pays homage to Chinese brush painting and the last 500 meters of bike racing. Pick one up at 100 Copies.
100 Copies returns with another of their limited-edition prints. This round, it’s entitled Cyclism:
“As a celebration of the beauty and joy of cycling, 300 noteworthy quotes are assembled to create this artwork. Drawn from a wide variety of bike lovers – from presidents to pro racers, scientists to artists – this collection expresses what makes cycling more than a sport. Some quotes are slices of life, while some are deeper musings. But all of them will resonate with, and inspire, your cyclist’s soul.”
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“Like rice, the bicycle is deeply ingrained in China’s culture. Once a sign of backwardness, the “people’s vehicle” is now enjoying a hip revival. 11 unique tyre tracks went into creating the Forbidden City – one of which belongs to the legendary Flying Pigeon.”
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