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Pop Culture Icons Made With Bike Parts

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Where we’re going we don’t need roads. Or at least any which involve cycle lanes.

Why? Because we’re off to New York’s School Of Visual Arts, that's why - where graphic designer Jenny Beatty has just whisked up a bevy of classic pop culture imagery (including Back To The Future) with the use of nothing but bicycle parts.

From logos of major companies (adidas) to board games (Monopoly), album covers (Nirvana's Nevermind), iconic TV characters (Walter White, Homer Simpson), movies (Forrest Gump), video games (Super Mario), no nostalgia or populist reference is off limits for the mightily inventive series.

Forgive us for briefly exhuming some ‘90s lingo, but these works of art are off the chain.

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