Anatomy of a bike

11 March 11

Just realised that I never posted this illustration I did for the first issue of Anthology. I've got another drawing in the second issue (and a feature on me and my favourite places in London!), but that's for another day!

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This is perfect. Bikes are something I never managed to master. I would love to have a bike that looks exactly like this!

Michelle replied over 9 years ago.

Thank you!
It’s based on my Pashley Princess http://www.pashley.co.uk/products/princess-sovereign.html
though it doesn’t come in any fun colours (unfortunately!) xx

kris atomic replied over 9 years ago.

What a beautiful bike! And what a lovely blog. =)

Anna. replied over 9 years ago.

Love it, can’t stop looking at the basket! Perfect detail xx

sarah replied over 9 years ago.

So very very nicely done! The basket looks lifelike.

Melly replied over 9 years ago.

spring pic! frash and sunny
thanx

plastic ink containers replied over 9 years ago.

~Luvs this!
I put a link to this in my Saturday link love
so fun & spring like. I cant wait to dig my bike out of the snow!

reub-envision replied over 9 years ago.

thanks for the link! :)

kris atomic replied over 9 years ago.

this illustration is really fantastic!! It seems so real :)

Florence replied over 9 years ago.

OHHH I love it!
I always use your illustration for my desktop <3

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Flaviana replied over 9 years ago.

i have taken this and used it as my desktop background! i hope you don’t mind.

Sylvia replied over 9 years ago.

[…] Fantastic green bicycle painting by Kris Atomic. The rendering seems almost tender; with warm fuzzy feelings toward the subject. It looks a bit like Dolores if Dolores were green. I would love to figure out if I can move my headlamp down like that to make room for a basket. Hrm… […]

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