Jack and I are headed off on an overnight canoe trip through the wilds of Ipswich, so we won’t get to experience the innaugural ARTCRANK Boston. Bummer.
Welcome, May! (How did that happen?) Just in time for National Bike Month, I happened upon new-to-me blog Bicycle Graphic Design, and from there, a series of sleek bike safety posters from Thomas Yang of 100copies.
When Nathaniel Fink caught Jack on the Southwest Corridor a few weeks ago, it came up in conversation that I bike as well. Nathaniel and I have been trying to find a warm, sunny day to meet up ever since, to counter his streak of wintry bike photos at Cycle Style Boston. It was warmer, […]
Today, Jack’s making an appearance over at Cycle Style Boston. Jack and I are both big fans of bicycles, but even I can’t match Jack’s dedication to commuting by bike all year long – I just get sick of the slop sometimes. And lazy. Nathaniel Fink, the local artist and photographer behind Cycle Style Boston, hopes […]
It’s still (barely) National Bike Month, and we’re still feeling festive – it seems as if there has been more good news about biking this month than we’ve seen in a while (which is, perhaps, the point), and we’re all for it.
For anyone who has ever navigated Boston’s streets on two wheels, it’s painfully obvious that cars are king in our culture – but not so everywhere. In honor of National Bike Month, a peek at this terrific traffic garden in the Netherlands. This space, built on a smaller scale and populated with pedal-powered cars, serves […]
Our love of bikes is well-documented. Our home, however, is conspicuously lacking in any evidence of our two-wheeled ways – aside from the spare set of wheels temporarily living in the office. Despite having artwork in every room, we are completely without creative representations of our beloved bicycle. Perhaps this is why the work of Yeong-Deok Seo caught […]