Marking the last in its series of cycling art prints and illustrations for 2016, 100 Copies has released its latest series titled, the Tree of Joy, which features the ancient art of Chinese blow painting to achieve these incredible renderings.
Here, Thomas Yang creates his original artwork that from the basis of recreating just 100 archival copies that will be available.
Oh, and there’s poem that was penned just for the occasion.
I pedal away,
tickling up the mountain,
pushing past gravity,
dashing into a forest of freedom,
leaving behind a trail of joy.
For there I was a full-grown man,
here, I am
a child again.
from 100 Copies…
It’s always a joy to ride but no matter which trail you are on remember to leave nothing behind but an occasional splash.
Inspired by the Chinese blow painting technique, the artist breathes life into a river of ink by guiding the flow of its tributaries into the silhouette of a majestic pine tree. Created just in time for Christmas.
All of the products you see here are limited to, as the name suggests, 100 copies. Each piece of work will be stamped and written with an edition number.
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