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This sculpture was made from several dozen bicycles that were connected to each other at the wheel hinge by a simple seperation of the quick release lever that typically allows one to exchange or remove tires. Pretty interesting structure that somehow manages to balance using the seats as feet.

Aiweiwei.com via FFFFOUND!


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  1. ionymous on said:

    The rear wheel has a set of gears, and so is wider. And so, the opening in the rear of the frame is wider than the opening in the front forks.

    I don’t see any gears on these bikes.
    So clearly it isn’t as simple as suggested.
    Gear removing, bending, and forcing probably has to be done.

  2. You have mentioned very interesting points! ps decent site

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