Functional Art from A.N.T.

The above slideshow features two bicycles built by Mike Flanigan of Alternative Needs Transportation for the upcoming Bespoke the Handbuilt Bicycle show at the Museum of Arts & Design in New York.

About the show:

New York, NY (February 16, 2010) – Bespoke: The Handbuilt Bicycle, presented by the Museum of Arts and Design from May 11 through mid-August 2010, will display the designs of six internationally renowned bicycle builders whose work in metal, as well as graphics and artifacts, elucidate this refined, intricate and deeply individual craft. Organized by Michael Maharam, owner of the eponymous textile company and an avid bicycle collector, along with master builder Sacha White of Vanilla Bicycles in Portland, Oregon, this survey is presented as part of the MADProjects exhibition series, which explores emerging trends and innovations in the design world.

Location: Museum of Arts and Design, 2 Columbus Circle, New York, NY

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3 Responses to “Functional Art from A.N.T.”

  • skip Judge says:

    That delivery is about as cool as a “working” bike gets. I remember another paper boy when I was a kid and had a route as well having an all black model. Th kick stand droped down under the whole front wheel. Great for the Michigan winter paper route especially Sunday with comics. Skip

  • randomray says:

    Sweet bicycles ! Now it’s time to ride .

  • Alan says:

    @skip

    I agree. I’d love to have that bike. The small wheel with the frame mounted rack is such a great solution for carrying weight on the front of a bike.

    Alan

 
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