April 15, 2016

Children’s Drawings of Bicycles—if they were Real.

As it turns out, most people cannot draw a bike. (imgur.com)

A bunch of children tried to draw bicycles, and then a designer designed bicycles to look like what they drew. The results had me giggling and nearly crying—I too have tried to draw bikes, and I live on one—I don’t own a car—and yet I can’t draw an effing bike.

Via Reddit via Imgur: by Designer Gianluca Gimini https://www.behance.net/gallery/35437979/Velocipedia “Designer Gianluca Gimini spent three years asking his friends to draw bicycles, which he then rendered in 3D. You can see his project Velocopedia here


As it turns out, most people cannot draw a bike.

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