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Release your creativity and get a good workout at the same time with Drawing Machine #1 by Joseph Griffiths. Part performance art, part kinetic sculpture, this peddle powered apparatus consists of a stationary bike that drives a series of articulated drawing implements across a canvas. [via designboom]

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  1. Now, that looks pretty nice, although the stationary bicycle is pretty basic. But no wonder because you would not want to stain one of these: http://spinning.com/en/webshop/product/809/spinner_pro That one is expensive!

  2. Great idea to combine art and exercise together.

  3. It’s so cool that try to apply exercise bike to do more than exercise. But I don’t understand the art it made, I think it needs an improvement.

  4. Excellent post, I will be checking back regularly to look for updates.

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