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Illuminate Your Imaginative Mind With These Scrap Bike Parts

What does it take to be an artist? Maybe it’s the passion for something, desire to create something different and using what you can to turn something into another. Bottom line is every artist must possess an attitude of being inventive or creative. Creativity is the use of original ideas especially in the production of artistic work. Below, we’ll share to you some examples of creative works from our featured artist for today.

Jennifer Beatty, a graphic designer and an avid cyclist, has created a series of artworks named as 100Hoopties. Inspired by using bike parts such as chains, cables, and other parts, she recreates some well-known poster designs each day for a hundred days. These images exemplify how she used her artistic skills to form these designs and create something that is different from others arts, something that is engaging and fun.

Silence of the Lamb
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Volkswagen Lemon
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Dharma Initiative
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Alf
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May The Fourth Be With You
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Lucha Libre
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Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas
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Pac-Man
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Pearl Jam
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Bike to Work
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Jaws
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Figment
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Behind the American Dream
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Alice in Chains
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Bear Down Arizona
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See more of Jennifer Beatty’s 100Hoopties creation on her website. It’ll be great to hear from you, feel free to leave your comments and opinions below.

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