The works of bicycle art on display at Minneapolis Institute of Arts

We all know bicycles are works of art. There is no denying the beauty, the form and function in one stylish package. But, sometimes people go above and beyond to celebrate that fact. Case in point, the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, which got together with the fine folks at Handsome Cycles to create three bicycles inspired by three works of art at the museum: Frank Stella’s 1969 painting Tahkt-I-Sulayman Variation II,  art deco, Czech-built automobile the 1948 Tatra T87 sedan and Grainstack, Sun in the Mist, a painting by French impressionist Claude Monet.

Check out the full rundown complete with detailed photography at Visual News.

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