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GPS Art

Monday, July 8th, 2013 4:32pm
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You won't find Michael Wallace out sniping Strava times, railing berms or sailing over huge gaps during his weekend rides. Instead the resident of Baltimore, USA, carefully plans his outings on the bike to produce virtual imagery, sometimes spanning more than 20 miles! Using a GPS cycle computer to record his routes, Michael uses his wheels as a brush and the streets as his canvas to produce some very imaginative pieces.

For the past three years Michael has used the simple act of cycling to produce Etch-a-Sketch style drawings on the streets of Baltimore. What started out as merely writing words with his tracked route turned into full blown intricate designs depicting graphic scenes. Check out some of his crowning pieces below.

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For more information on Michael's work head on over to his website wallygpx.com or follow him on Twitter.

Think you could do something similar? Check out our range of GPS cycling computers and watches. Do any of the images above particularly stand out for you? Let us know in the comments section below.

 

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