Bernard Klevickas Upcycles Abandoned Bike Into Twisted Planters

A bicycle is wrapped in an upward spiral around a light post. It does not look damaged beyond the fact that metal cannot easily twist itself like this. Perched, or rather sprouting from one end of the handlebars is a planter which contains tulips. It is locked as if it were a normal bike. Combining my love for gardening and my respect for bicycling as a healthy, pollution-free form of transportation while taking a dark-humor inspiration from the warped wheels of mangled and damaged, locked bicycles I’ve rode past over the years I decide to create an object that both brings more awareness to bicycles and to gardening. The twisted Bicycle Planter is fabricated from abandoned bicycle frames and parts. This is a traveling temporary guerilla installation that could happen at any appropriate light post.

Bernard Klevickas Upcycles Abandoned Bike Into Twisted Planters Art + Graphics


Bernard Klevickas Upcycles Abandoned Bike Into Twisted Planters Art + Graphics
Bernard Klevickas Upcycles Abandoned Bike Into Twisted Planters Art + Graphics
Bernard Klevickas Upcycles Abandoned Bike Into Twisted Planters Art + Graphics
Bernard Klevickas Upcycles Abandoned Bike Into Twisted Planters Art + Graphics
Bernard Klevickas Upcycles Abandoned Bike Into Twisted Planters Art + Graphics
Bernard Klevickas Upcycles Abandoned Bike Into Twisted Planters Art + Graphics

More info: bernardklevickas.com

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