Biking to the top of the Empire State Building ain't gonna happen. But hey: Rolling across a sheet of loose leaf can give a pretty fantastic, small-scale interpretation of the Big Apple icon. Seven different inked-up tire tracks came together to make this cool print — it just might be the closest you'll get to scaling the heights.
It's the latest from 100 Copies, which combines Singapore creative director Thomas Yang's dual loves — art and cycling — into a fun series of limited edition works. Unfortunately, limited edition means limited; if you're in love with this one in particular, it's already sold out.
But I'm tempted to try something like it myself. I wonder what other architectural landmarks could be managed with road treads, a clean sheet of paper, and a bit of patience. For extra authenticity, you could go for it after a particularly filthy ride. Or if you're not feeling creative, check back in at 100 Copies soon to see what's coming up next. [100 Copies]